Kent County Cricket Club in 2009

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Kent County Cricket Club
2009 season
Coach South Africa Graham Ford
Captain England Robert Key
Overseas player South Africa Wayne Parnell
Ground(s) St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury
Nevill Ground, Tunbridge Wells
County Ground, Beckenham
County Championship Division Two, 1st (promoted)
NatWest Pro40 Division Two, 3rd
Friends Provident Trophy Group stage
Twenty20 Cup Semi-final
Most runs FC: M van Jaarsveld (1,509)
LA: JL Denly (429)
T20: Darren Stevens (356)
Most wickets FC: JC Tredwell (69)
LA: Azhar Mahmood (15)
T20: Azhar Mahmood (16)
Most catches FC: M van Jaarsveld (36); JM Kemp (36)
LA: AJ Blake (6); JM Kemp (6)
T20: JM Kemp (7)
Most wicket-keeping dismissals FC: GO Jones (44)
LA: GO Jones (10)
T20: GO Jones (13)

The 2009 season saw Kent County Cricket Club competing in four competitions; the Second Division of the County Championship, the Friends Provident Trophy, the second division of the Pro40 League and the Twenty20 Cup. It was the county's first ever season in the second tier of the County Championship, following their relegation at the end of the 2008 season.

Promotion back to the First Division of the County Championship was achieved on 18 September following a draw against Leicestershire.

Squad[edit]

Kent originally announced that their overseas player for 2009 would be Australian fast bowler Stuart Clark.[1] However Clark received a late call-up to join the Australian tour of South Africa forcing the county side to look at other options.[2] Kent announced Clark's replaced would South African 19-year old left-arm fast bowler Wayne Parnell.[3] Three other South African players remained at the county as Kolpak players: all-rounders Justin Kemp, Ryan McLaren and vice-captain Martin van Jaarsveld. In addition, former Pakistan international all-rounder Azhar Mahmood was with Kent for a second season, having been granted British citizenship.[4]

Batsman James Hockley, who was released at the end of the 2002 season and had been playing club cricket and teaching since, was re-signed by Kent for a second spell.[5] Left-arm spinner Rob Ferley also returned for a second spell with the county.

With Parnell yet to arrive, McLaren on IPL duty, and several other bowlers suffering with early season injuries, Kent signed 35-year old seamer Steffan Jones on a one month loan from Somerset at the start of the season.[6]

Squad list[edit]

  • Ages given as of the first day of the County Championship season, 15 April 2009.
Name Nationality Birth date Batting style Bowling style Notes
Batsmen
Alex Blake  England (1989-01-25)25 January 1989 (aged 20) Left-handed Right arm medium-fast
Joe Denly  England (1986-03-16)16 March 1986 (aged 23) Right-handed Right arm leg break
James Goodman  England (1990-11-19)19 November 1990 (aged 18) Right-handed Right arm medium
James Hockley  England (1979-04-16)16 April 1979 (aged 29) Right-handed Right arm off break
Robert Key  England (1979-05-12)12 May 1979 (aged 29) Right-handed Right arm off break Club captain
Sam Northeast  England (1989-10-16)16 October 1989 (aged 19) Right-handed Right arm off break
Chris Piesley  England (1992-02-12)12 February 1992 (aged 17) Left-handed Right arm off break
Martin van Jaarsveld  South Africa (1974-06-18)18 June 1974 (aged 34) Right-handed Right arm medium / Right arm off break Kolpak player, vice-captain
All-rounders
Azhar Mahmood  Pakistan (1975-02-28)28 February 1975 (aged 34) Right-handed Right arm fast-medium British citizen
Matt Coles  England (1990-05-26)26 May 1990 (aged 18) Left-handed Right arm fast-medium
Charlie Hemphrey  England (1989-08-31)31 August 1989 (aged 19) Right-handed Right arm off break
Justin Kemp  South Africa (1977-10-02)2 October 1977 (aged 31) Right-handed Right arm fast-medium Kolpak player
Ryan McLaren  South Africa (1983-02-09)9 February 1983 (aged 26) Left-handed Right arm medium-fast Kolpak player
Darren Stevens  England (1976-04-30)30 April 1976 (aged 32) Right-handed Right arm medium
Wicket-keepers
Paul Dixey  England (1987-11-02)2 November 1987 (aged 21) Right-handed
Geraint Jones  England (1979-07-14)14 July 1979 (aged 29) Right-handed
Bowlers
Simon Cook  England (1977-01-15)15 January 1977 (aged 32) Right-handed Right arm medium-fast
Phil Edwards  England (1984-04-16)16 April 1984 (aged 24) Right-handed Right arm fast-medium
Rob Ferley  England (1982-02-04)4 February 1982 (aged 27) Right-handed Slow left arm orthodox
James Iles  England (1990-02-11)11 February 1990 (aged 19) Right-handed Right arm medium-fast
Steffan Jones  Wales (1974-02-09)9 February 1974 (aged 35) Right-handed Right arm fast-medium On loan from Somerset[6]
Robbie Joseph  England (1982-01-20)20 January 1982 (aged 27) Right-handed Right arm fast
Amjad Khan  England (1980-10-14)14 October 1980 (aged 28) Right-handed Right arm fast-medium
Warren Lee  England (1987-08-27)27 August 1987 (aged 21) Right-handed Right arm medium-fast
Wayne Parnell  South Africa (1989-07-30)30 July 1989 (aged 19) Left-handed Left arm medium-fast Overseas player[3]
Martin Saggers  England (1972-05-23)23 May 1972 (aged 36) Right-handed Right arm fast-medium
James Tredwell  England (1982-02-27)27 February 1982 (aged 27) Left-handed Right arm off break

Summary[edit]

First-class matches[edit]

In all, the county played seventeen first-class matches, consisting of sixteen County Championship games and a three-day friendly against Loughborough University Centre of Cricketing Excellence.[7]

No. Date Opponents Venue Result Notes Ref
1 15–17 April Loughborough UCCE St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Drawn Not a County Championship match. [8]
2 21–24 April Northamptonshire St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Drawn [9]
3 29 April–2 May Essex County Ground, Chelmsford Won by 192 runs Won after following-on [10]
4 6–9 May Glamorgan St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 204 runs [11]
5 6–9 June Leicestershire Grace Road, Leicester Drawn [12]
6 16–19 June Essex Nevill Ground, Royal Tunbridge Wells Lost by 122 runs [13]
7 30 June–3 July Gloucestershire County Ground, Beckenham Won by 76 runs [14]
8 10–13 July Surrey The Oval, London Drawn [15]
9 15–18 July Glamorgan SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff Won by an innings and 45 runs [16]
10 31 July–3 August Derbyshire St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 3 wickets [17]
11 5–7 August Middlesex St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Lost by 47 runs [18]
12 11–14 August Northamptonshire County Ground, Northampton Won by 238 runs [19]
13 28–31 August Surrey St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 6 wickets [20]
14 2–5 September Derbyshire County Ground, Derby Drawn [21]
15 9–12 September Middlesex Uxbridge Cricket Club, Uxbridge Won by 10 wickets [22]
16 15–18 September Leicestershire St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Drawn [23]
17 23–25 September Gloucestershire County Ground, Bristol Lost by an innings and 23 runs [24]

One day matches[edit]

Comp. Date Opponents Venue Results Notes Ref
FPT 26 April Somerset County Ground, Taunton Lost by 110 runs [25]
FPT 3 May Middlesex John Walker's Ground, Southgate Won by 6 wickets [26]
FPT 4 May Scotland St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 4 wickets Duckworth–Lewis method used. [27]
FPT 10 May Warwickshire St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 4 wickets [28]
FPT 11 May Middlesex St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Lost by 80 runs [29]
FPT 16 May Somerset St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Lost by 45 runs [30]
FPT 18 May Scotland The Grange, Edinburgh Lost by 9 wickets Duckworth–Lewis method used. [31]
FPT 20 May Warwickshire Edgbaston, Birmingham Tied Duckworth–Lewis method used. [32]
Pro40 21 July Glamorgan SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff Abandoned Floodlit [33]
Pro40 9 August Middlesex St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 12 runs [34]
Pro40 18 August Leicestershire Grace Road, Leicester Won by 3 wickets Floodlit [35]
Pro40 23 August Derbyshire Queen's Park, Chesterfield Won by 4 wickets [36]
Pro40 27 August Surrey St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 8 runs Floodlit; Duckworth–Lewis method used. [37]
Pro40 6 September Lancashire Old Trafford, Manchester Lost by 25 runs Duckworth–Lewis method used. [38]
Pro40 13 September Warwickshire St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Lost by 59 runs [39]
Pro40 27 September Northamptonshire St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Lost by 99 runs [40]

Twenty20 Cup[edit]

Kent finished top of the South Division table, qualifying for the quarter-finals for the fourth consecutive season. Victory against Durham saw them qualify for Finals Day at Edgbaston, where they were comprehensively beaten by Somerset in the second semi final.

Stage Date Opponents Venue Results Notes Ref
South 25 May Essex St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury No result [41]
South 27 May Middlesex Lord's Cricket Ground, London Won by 62 runs Floodlit [42]
South 29 May Middlesex St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 4 wickets [43]
South 31 May Sussex St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 5 wickets [44]
South 1 June Essex County Ground, Chelmsford Lost by 36 runs Floodlit [45]
South 2 June Sussex County Ground, Hove Lost by 2 runs Floodlit; Duckworth–Lewis method [46]
South 22 June Hampshire Nevill Ground, Royal Tunbridge Wells Won by 8 runs [47]
South 24 June Surrey The Oval, London Won by 1 run [48]
South 26 June Hampshire The Rose Bowl, Southampton Won by 7 wickets Floodlit [49]
South 28 June Surrey County Ground, Beckenham Won by 16 runs [50]
Quarter-Final 27 July Durham St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Won by 56 runs [51]
Semi-Final 15 August Somerset Edgbaston, Birmingham Lost by 7 wickets [52]

Matches[edit]

First-class matches[edit]

Friends Provident Trophy matches[edit]

Pro40 League matches[edit]

Twenty20 Cup matches[edit]

Tables[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Batting[edit]

First-class (County Championship and UCCE match)
Player Matches Innings NO Runs HS Ave SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
Martin van Jaarsveld 16 25 3 1,509 182 68.59 64.95 7 7 1 192 14
Geraint Jones 17 26 0 1,345 156 51.73 62.26 5 6 2 190 12
Robert Key 15 25 3 1,171 270* 53.22 65.12 4 3 2 139 10
Darren Stevens 17 24 3 1,050 208 50.00 71.72 4 2 2 147 9
Justin Kemp 14 21 3 789 183 43.33 63.51 2 2 1 93 12
Sam Northeast 11 19 2 667 128* 39.23 52.31 1 3 0 97 0
Joe Denly 10 15 1 578 123 41.28 54.47 3 1 2 74 8
James Tredwell 17 21 5 485 86* 30.31 37.92 0 4 0 57 2
James Hockley 5 8 2 240 72 40.00 57.97 0 2 0 37 2
Simon Cook 13 13 4 220 60* 24.44 53.39 0 1 2 27 4
Wayne Parnell 5 6 1 183 90 36.60 80.26 0 2 0 20 4
Amjad Khan 11 12 3 153 62* 17.00 62.70 0 1 2 22 2
Ryan McLaren 7 8 1 126 43 18.00 50.80 0 0 1 15 0
Alex Blake 4 5 0 125 47 25.00 51.44 0 0 1 19 1
Azhar Mahmood 4 6 0 78 35 13.00 65.54 0 0 2 7 1
Matt Coles 2 2 0 30 16 15.00 56.60 0 0 0 6 1
Steffan Jones 3 4 0 26 16 6.50 55.31 0 0 2 3 1
Rob Ferley 3 1 0 17 17 17.00 51.51 0 0 0 2 0
Robbie Joseph 4 5 2 11 9* 3.66 21.56 0 0 1 1 0
Phil Edwards 5 4 2 5 5 2.50 14.28 0 0 1 0 0
Martin Saggers 4 4 2 5 5* 2.50 13.88 0 0 2 0 0
Source: Cricinfo[54]
List A (Friends Provident Trophy and Natwest Pro40 League)
Player Matches Innings NO Runs HS Ave SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
Joe Denly 9 9 1 429 115 53.62 76.88 1 2 1 39 7
Geraint Jones 12 12 2 342 73 34.20 87.69 0 3 1 28 8
Darren Stevens 10 10 2 286 75* 35.75 109.16 0 2 0 12 11
Justin Kemp 12 12 3 284 69 31.55 79.10 0 1 0 22 2
Martin van Jaarsveld 9 9 1 262 132* 32.75 92.90 1 0 1 26 1
James Hockley 12 12 1 257 55 23.36 70.02 0 2 1 25 3
Azhar Mahmood 13 11 1 190 51 19.00 91.78 0 1 0 16 5
Sam Northeast 6 6 0 144 69 24.00 77.83 0 1 0 21 0
Alex Blake 7 6 0 142 80 23.66 97.93 0 1 1 20 3
Robert Key 9 9 0 123 27 13.66 50.82 0 0 0 13 0
James Tredwell 14 11 2 121 45 13.44 70.34 0 0 2 7 3
Wayne Parnell 6 3 0 51 22 17.00 86.44 0 0 0 6 1
Simon Cook 6 4 1 41 21 13.66 100.00 0 0 0 1 2
James Goodman 2 2 1 38 26* 38.00 102.70 0 0 0 2 1
Paul Dixey 3 3 2 32 16 32.00 106.66 0 0 0 1 3
Rob Ferley 12 6 1 39 9* 5.80 63.04 0 0 1 3 0
Robbie Joseph 5 3 3 12 7* - 70.58 0 0 0 1 0
Martin Saggers 1 1 0 11 11 11.00 110.00 0 0 0 1 0
Matt Coles 4 2 0 10 5 5.00 62.50 0 0 0 1 0
Amjad Khan 2 1 1 7 7* - 70.58 0 0 0 1 0
Phil Edwards 7 3 2 3 2* 3.00 42.85 0 0 1 0 0
Warren Lee 2 1 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 0 1 0 0
Steffan Jones 2 0 - - - - - - - - - -
Source:Cricinfo[55]
Twenty20 (Twenty20 Cup)
Player Matches Innings NO Runs HS Ave SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
Darren Stevens 11 11 5 356 77 59.33 144.12 0 4 0 31 15
Martin van Jaarsveld 12 10 1 326 75* 36.22 138.72 0 4 0 44 7
Geraint Jones 12 10 2 216 56 27.00 119.33 0 1 0 18 6
Robert Key 9 9 2 202 58* 28.85 108.02 0 1 1 17 2
Joe Denly 12 12 2 185 32* 18.50 101.64 0 0 2 27 1
Ryan McLaren 10 6 4 100 31 50.00 107.52 0 0 0 11 0
Justin Kemp 12 8 3 89 20 17.80 130.88 0 0 0 7 4
Azhar Mahmood 12 5 1 45 15 11.25 112.50 0 0 0 4 1
James Hockley 4 2 0 14 14 7.00 97.50 0 0 1 3 0
Simon Cook 12 2 2 9 8* - 112.50 0 0 0 1 0
Wayne Parnell 2 1 1 0 0 0.00 - 0 0 0 0 0
Rob Ferley 1 0 - - - - - - - - - -
Robbie Joseph 7 0 - - - - - - - - - -
Amjad Khan 4 0 - - - - - - - - - -
James Tredwell 12 0 - - - - - - - - - -
Source: Cricinfo[56]

Bowling[edit]

First-class (County Championship and UCCE match)
Player Matches Innings Overs Maidens Runs Wickets BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 5w 10w
James Tredwell 17 28 681.5 178 1,838 69 8/66 11/120 26.63 2.69 59.2 4 2
Amjad Khan 11 20 339.1 65 1,146 36 5/113 8/162 31.83 3.37 56.5 1 0
Simon Cook 13 23 374.1 88 1,047 34 5/22 6/67 30.79 2.79 66.0 3 0
Azhar Mahmood 4 8 130.3 38 382 21 5/39 7/74 18.19 2.92 37.2 1 0
Ryan McLaren 7 13 164.5 38 608 19 4/51 7/152 32.00 3.68 52.0 0 0
Wayne Parnell 5 9 166.3 35 529 17 4/78 7/134 31.11 3.17 58.7 0 0
Robbie Joseph 4 6 97.2 9 373 12 6/55 8/159 31.08 3.83 48.6 1 0
Martin Saggers 4 6 108.5 34 264 10 3/45 4/90 26.40 2.42 65.3 0 0
Justin Kemp 14 17 165.5 35 568 8 3/12 3/12 71.00 3.42 124.3 0 0
Rob Ferley 3 4 75.0 15 189 7 3/73 4/132 27.00 2.52 64.2 0 0
Phil Edwards 5 7 95.0 18 325 7 3/72 5/124 46.42 3.42 81.4 0 0
Steffan Jones 3 6 80.0 19 240 4 1/8 2/38 60.00 3.00 120.0 0 0
Martin van Jaarsveld 16 13 71.1 10 241 4 2/15 2/32 60.25 3.38 106.7 0 0
Matt Coles 2 1 17.4 0 130 2 2/130 2/130 65.00 7.35 53.0 0 0
Darren Stevens 17 14 68.0 13 256 2 1/42 1/46 128.00 3.76 204.0 0 0
Robert Key 15 3 22.0 5 59 1 1/14 1/14 59.00 2.68 132.0 0 0
Sam Northeast 11 1 1.0 0 2 0 - - - 2.00 - 0 0
Alex Blake 4 1 4.0 0 15 0 - - - 3.75 - 0 0
Joe Denly 10 3 25.0 7 60 0 - - - 2.40 - 0 0
Source: Cricinfo[57]
List A (Friends Provident Trophy and Natwest Pro40 League)
Player Matches Innings Overs Maidens Runs Wickets BBI Ave Econ SR 4w 5w
Azhar Mahmood 13 13 97.3 9 532 15 4/41 35.46 5.45 39.0 1 0
James Tredwell 14 14 105.0 3 505 14 6/27 36.07 4.80 45.0 0 1
Rob Ferley 12 12 89.4 1 465 12 3/34 38.75 5.18 44.8 0 0
Simon Cook 6 6 46.0 2 200 9 4/37 22.22 4.34 30.6 1 0
Wayne Parnell 6 6 43.5 4 235 7 3/27 33.57 5.36 37.5 0 0
Phil Edwards 7 7 34.0 1 241 7 3/57 34.42 7.08 29.1 0 0
Darren Stevens 10 8 16.0 0 108 4 2/25 27.00 6.75 24.0 0 0
Warren Lee 2 2 13.3 1 110 4 3/39 27.50 8.14 20.2 0 0
Matt Coles 4 4 17.0 1 127 4 3/50 31.75 7.47 25.5 0 0
Robbie Joseph 5 5 30.0 0 155 3 3/55 55.33 5.53 60.0 0 0
Martin van Jaarsveld 9 8 32.0 1 191 3 2/25 63.66 5.96 64.0 0 0
James Hockley 12 1 8.0 0 32 2 2/32 16.00 4.00 24.0 0 0
Steffan Jones 2 2 9.0 0 35 2 1/9 17.50 3.88 27.0 0 0
Amjad Khan 2 2 12.0 1 74 1 1/47 74.00 6.16 72.0 0 0
Justin Kemp 12 5 13.0 0 120 1 1/11 120.00 9.23 78.0 0 0
Martin Saggers 1 1 5.0 0 32 0 - - 6.40 - 0 0
Source:Cricinfo[58]
Twenty20 (Twenty20 Cup)
Player Matches Innings Overs Maidens Runs Wickets BBI Ave Econ SR 4w 5w
Azhar Mahmood 12 12 45.1 0 328 16 3/16 20.50 7.26 16.9 0 0
James Tredwell 12 12 42.0 0 271 13 3/18 20.84 6.45 19.3 0 0
Ryan McLaren 10 10 35.4 1 288 11 4/37 26.18 8.07 19.4 1 0
Simon Cook 12 12 42.0 2 279 10 2/29 27.90 6.64 25.2 0 0
Robbie Joseph 7 7 22.0 1 164 8 2/14 20.50 7.45 16.5 0 0
Darren Stevens 11 6 16.0 0 96 5 2/21 19.20 6.00 19.2 0 0
Justin Kemp 12 6 13.0 0 102 3 2/38 34.00 7.84 26.0 0 0
Wayne Parnell 2 2 7.0 0 51 2 2/20 25.50 7.28 21.0 0 0
Amjad Khan 4 4 9 0 80 2 1/16 40.00 8.88 27.0 0 0
Martin van Jaarsveld 12 1 1 0 11 0 - - 11.00 - 0 0
Rob Ferley 1 1 3.0 0 24 0 - - 8.00 - 0 0
Source: Cricinfo[59]

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