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Gloucestershire end the Division Two season by wrapping up a comfortable 244-run win over Kent at Canterbury.
Alex Gidman scores a century in his final appearance for Gloucestershire, who are closing in on victory against Kent.
Will Tavare hits a century as Gloucestershire hit back against Kent on the second day at Canterbury.
Gloucestershire's decision to bat first backfires as wickets tumble on day one against Kent at Canterbury.
Kent youngsters Daniel Bell-Drummond and Sam Billings are among nine players to sign new contracts with the club.
Will Smith's unbeaten 142 sees Hampshire stave off defeat as they struggle to a draw against Kent in Southampton.
Sean Ervine hits a ton but Hampshire are forced to follow-on as they struggle against Kent on day three in Southampton.
James Vince makes an unbeaten 64 as Hampshire close on 127-3, replying to Kent's massive first innings total of 507.
Daniel Bell-Drummond and Sam Northeast both hit tons as Kent dominate on day one against Hampshire in Southampton.
Kent seamer Mark Davies, formerly with Durham, retires after failing to recover from a shoulder injury.
Essex take only 17 balls and 11 minutes to complete a nine-wicket victory over Kent on day three at Chelmsford.
James Foster hits a century for Essex, who need 22 for victory, after bowling out Kent for 151 at Chelmsford.
Sam Northeast scores a century for Kent against Essex as 14 wickets fall on day one at Chelmsford.
Boyd Rankin, Jonathan Trott, Varun Chopra and Tim Ambrose star as Warwickshire beat Kent to reach the One-Day Cup final.
Graham Wagg hits an unbeaten 116 as Glamorgan bat out a draw against Kent at Canterbury in Division Two.
Sam Northeast hits a measured century as Kent total 329 against Glamorgan, who reach 150-3 at the end of day three.
Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens hopes their young side can hold their nerve as they bid to reach the One-Day Cup final.
Daniel Bell-Drummond hits a half-century but the weather slows Kent's progress on day two against Glamorgan.
Glamorgan's Chris Cooke smashes his maiden first-class century on a topsy-turvy opening day against Kent.