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I wasn't watching the last over. I came out when we needed two to win. I was in the dressing room. Winning it is a brilliant feeling.
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Kent skipper Robert Key lavished praise on his side's much-improved one-day performances after guiding them to victory over Gloucestershire in the final of the Twenty20 Cup at Edgbaston.
Key was instrumental in seeing the Spitfires to the final as a pivotal innings of 68 saw them home in their semi-final with Sussex.
In the final itself, Ryan McLaren and Darren Stevens stole the headlines with the South African Kolpak signing claiming a hat-trick with the ball and Stevens smashing two boundaries from Carl Greenidge's final over to get Kent over the line.
Key was quick to hail his entire team and admitted it was triumph he could not have dreamed of a couple of seasons back.
"This feels pretty good. A couple of years ago I never thought we would get to the quarter-final stage yet alone win it," he stated.
"To win it in the first time we've got here is special. I feel a bit stupid at times dancing around too much but I am pretty happy inside.
"I wasn't watching the last over. I came out when we needed two to win. I was in the dressing room. Winning it is a brilliant feeling.
"We set our stall out to do better in one-day cricket. Since taking on the captaincy our one-day form has been so bad at Kent that we could only go one way. We have recruited well and our fielding has got better.
"As for myself I had always seen it as my goal to play Test cricket and one-day cricket took a back seat but this is a great feeling to win this trophy.
"This win will mean a lot to people at Kent. There are a lot of good people behind the scenes and on the coaching side like Graham Ford, Paul Farbrace and Simon Willis.
"They have done a lot of work and taken a lot of stick over the last few years. They deserve this."
Key could yet face an ECB fine having shown dissent after being given out to a controversial low catch by Hamish Marshall.
"I got given out and, as I was walking off, the players had a monitor by the boundary and they say it had bounced," he explained. "All I could think about was Kevin Pietersen with England recently when he turned around after being given out, but he has got a bit more clout than me to do that!"
Gloucestershire captain Jon Lewis conceded that his side had always been up against it after posting a below-par target of 146, citing McLaren's hat-trick as a key moment.
"It was a very close game, a good game of cricket, but I thought we were maybe a little bit short of runs by 15 runs and when the guy came in and got a hat-trick it put the skids under our innings a little bit," he opined.
"It's very tricky Twenty20 if you keep losing wickets throughout the innings it's quite hard to keep momentum. You need partnerships in all one-day cricket to build when you're batting. It was still defendable but we felt when we went out we could defend that total.
"Any hat-trick in any game is a game-changer but we still had our chances to win the game, but unfortunately we didn't take them and Kent kept their composure and took them."