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Denly makes Middlesex switch
Wednesday 28th September 12:06

Joe Denly has joined Middlesex on a two-year contract after deciding to end his 12-year association with Kent.

Denly sticking with Kent
Friday 29th January 15:32

England international Joe Denly has extended his stay at the St Lawrence Ground until the end of the 2011 season.

Shahzad shatters Titans
Wednesday 9th December 18:17

Ajmal Shazad took 4-37 as the EPP claimed a first-innings lead of 190 over the Nashua Titans in Pretoria.

Denly century revives EPP
Tuesday 8th December 19:59

Joe Denly's 188 not out guided the EPP out of early trouble to 345-7 after day one of their tour match with the Nashua Titans.

Strauss - Football rethink needed
Thursday 3rd September 13:36

Joe Denly's injury is likely to end the practice of England's cricket team playing football as a warm-up.

England hit by Denly injury
Thursday 3rd September 11:28

Joe Denly will miss the opening game of the NatWest Series after hurting his knee during a warm-up game of football.

Stars question ECB move
Sunday 30th August 12:36

England's one-day squad are surprised at the decision to abandon 50-over domestic cricket.

England debut for Denly
Thursday 27th August 10:55

England have handed a one-day international debut to Kent opener Joe Denly for their 50-over encounter with Ireland in Belfast.

Denly - Dream come true
Monday 17th August 16:40

Joe Denly is looking forward to his first taste of interntional cricket after being named in England's limited-overs squads.

Denly handed one-day chance
Monday 17th August 14:04

Joe Denly is the only uncapped player in England's squad for the limited-overs series with Australia and ICC Champions Trophy.

Denly holds off Scotland
Monday 4th May 19:42

Joe Denly's 97 not out dragged Kent to a four-wicket victory against Scotland at Canterbury.

Key to command the Lions
Monday 29th December 14:12

Kent captain Robert Key will lead the England Lions on their tour of New Zealand.

Dashing Denly sinks Surrey
Tuesday 2nd September 21:49

Kent leapt two places into second place and ended Surrey's Pro40 promotion hopes with a crushing 142-run win at The Oval.

Kent back in contention
Friday 22nd August 19:15

Lancashire are struggling at 161-4 in pursuit of a victory target of 476 after day three against Kent.

Pothas keeps Kent at bay
Wednesday 30th July 18:24

Nic Pothas hit an unbeaten hundred as struggling Hampshire batted out for a draw on the final day at Canterbury.

Kent keep defence alive
Saturday 26th July 14:39

Kent won the first Twenty20 Cup semi-final against Essex by 14 runs at the Rose Bowl.

Van the man - Key
Friday 4th July 21:51

Kent captain Robert Key hailed the contribution of Martin van Jaarsveld to his side's 83-run FP Trophy semi-final win at Durham.

Kent ease into Trophy final
Friday 4th July 18:48

Durham's defence of the FP Trophy ended with an 83-run semi-final defeat to Kent at the Riverside on Friday.

Denly shoots down Eagles
Sunday 22nd June 19:31

Joe Denly blasted 91 off 57 balls as Kent Spitfires breezed to a comfortable 81-run victory over Essex at Beckenham.

Spitfires crash at Rose Bowl
Saturday 14th June 15:31

Hampshire recorded a comprehensive 44-run victory over Kent in the Twenty20 Cup South Division.


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Top Ten: Cricketing greats who dabbled in football, or were lost to it

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