SarahCanterbury

July 4, 2011

Captain’s Innings

Filed under: Kent, Other Counties — Tags: — sarahcanterbury @ 11:17 pm

Rob Key: 75 off 52 balls. James Foster & Tim Phillips also shown in the first photo.

FLT20 Kent Spitfires v Essex Eagles, Canterbury, 1 July 2011

 

© Sarah Ansell & Kent Cricket

Bottom photograph taken by Natalie Leach, who was left in charge of my camera while I nipped off to snap the Lime Tree!

 

From Cricinfo:

“A superb innings from Robert Key took Kent to a convincing eight-wicket win over Essex in Friday’s Friends Life t20 encounter at Canterbury.

Key, the Kent captain, scored 75 in a quality innings as he helped Kent reach their target of 154 with 13 balls to spare after Essex had been restricted to 153 for 8 in their innings….

Key was finally run out with only two runs needed for victory. He had faced 52 balls and collected nine boundaries.”

 

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