Established in the late 1950s, Kent County Cricket Supportes Club has a long history of raising money for the club, providing its members with facilities on and off the field and strengthining ties between players and grass roots supporters.
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Kent’s talented young batsman 20-year-old Zak Crawley has won the Supporters Club Most Promising Uncapped Player award after an impressive first full season in the senior side.
Hot off the press, copies of the Spring 2019 magazine should now be with members. Full of the usual range of interesting articles, if members have not received their copy please contact Daphne Farbrace, Membership Secretary.
Once again an excellent Christmas Lunch was held at The Rose and Crown Tonbridge on Friday 14th December. On looking back through the records it seems that the first lunch at the Rose and Crown was in 2008.
The Supporters Club commemorative plaque was unveiled during the tea interval at the Spitfire ground on Friday 11th May by John Shepherd President of the Supporters Club and Suzanne Norfolk the artist.