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KC Girls’ Cricket Champions

Kent College U13 Girls won the National Indoor Cricket Championships organised by Lady Taverners on the 15th May.

Kent College U13 Girls won the National Indoor Cricket Championships organised by Lady Taverners on the 15th May. Lady Taverners provide opportunities for girls to play at both informal and competitive levels with a progression pathway to local clubs and development programmes.

The Kent College U13 Girls’ team competed against 932 schools and were victorious in all 4 of their matches, beating Bristol Grammar in the National finals at the prestigious Lord’s Cricket Ground. The team were awarded their medals by England cricketer Sarah Taylor.

Kent College has a long history of sporting achievements with many students playing at regional and national level. The school offers year round coaching and development as well as nutrition and psychology advice. Ex Kent Cricketer and County Academy Coach, Darren Scott, now Kent College Director of Cricket said ‘Our U13 girls’ team are dedicated, passionate cricketers. They have really embraced the sport and the facilities we at Kent College have to offer. The KC Sport Department are very proud of their achievements and their dedication has definitely paid off. Well done girls!’

For more information on Kent College sporting success follow @kentcollegeuk on Twitter or for information on Sport Scholarships contact the school directly on 01227 763231 or enquiries@kentcollege.co.uk

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