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.

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


The Board is 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.

The Board Executive is currently:

  • Chairman: Chris Swadkin
  • Executive Secretary: Jamie Clifford
  • Treasurer: Mike Clarke
  • Secretary: Jim Cheeseman
  • Chair of Clubs Committee: Peter Robinson
  • County Welfare Officer: Dave Nash
  • Chair of Coaching and Coaches: Peter Carter
  • Chair of High Performance Cricket: David Turner
  • Chair of Umpires and Scorers: Ken Amos
  • Chair of Women and Girls Cricket: Tony Rose, Jon Fordham
  • ECB Regional Development Manager London and East: Russell Doel

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