gmdf wrote: ↑
Sat Feb 17, 2018 7:29 am
Good to see less experienced players (Haggett, Stewart & Qayyum) being the key to the victory.
Not to mention Adam Riley, who has had a tough couple of years but came back here with a career-best 4-40.
It makes a nonsense of the theories that players play too much and would be better off "resting". Surely these players will have come on leaps and bounds for this experience.
It's a triumph for Kent. They've overcome going straight into the tournament with no practice, alien conditions inclding 9am starts where batting was an ordeal, a tough group where they need 6 wins to qualify (such a performance would have easily topped the other group), obviously all their matches being "away". Everyone has played a part and their approach, performances and tactics have been spot on.
Roll on Wednesday.