Kent Cricket Board

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The Kent Cricket Board is the governing body for all recreational cricket in the historic county of Kent. This covers 16 Local Authorities/London Boroughs:

- Ashford

- Bexley

- Bromley

- Canterbury

- Dartford & Gravesham

- Dover

- Greenwich

- Lewisham

- Maidstone

- Medway

- Sevenoaks

- Shepway

- Swale

- Thanet

- Tonbridge & Malling

- Tunbridge Wells

From 1999 to 2004 the Board fielded a team in the English domestic one-day tournament.

Structure[edit]

Until 2013 The Board was structured so there are a number of sub committees, created to ensure input to the Board Executive. These are the Senior Cricket Committee, Finance Committee, Facilities Committee and Officiating (Umpires and Scorers) Committee. However from 2014 the KCB merged with Kent Cricket, to become the Community Department. Kent became the first county in England and Wales where there is one single body for both First Class and Recreational Cricket.

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