Kent Online – Matt Walker said Kent gave themselves too much to do after getting bowled out for 64 in their first innings of their defeat to Gloucestershire at Canterbury.

Summary

  • Matt Walker said Kent gave themselves too much to do after getting bowled out for 64 in their first innings of their defeat to Gloucestershire at Canterbury.
  • Kent amassed just 64 in their first innings, top scored by Zak Crawley on 15, with their innings last 18.5 overs.
  • Daniel Bell-Drummond’s 61 in Kent’s second innings was the top score of the match as the home side were bowled out for a second time.
  • Gloucestershire were set a target of 108 in their second innings and chased it down with five wickets remaining.
  • “We have got to have a plan so we can grit out a competitive first innings score.”


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