Kent Cricket League Premier Division: Minster Maintains Lead

It was a thrilling weekend in the Kent League Premier Division as leaders Minster continued their dominance with a resounding 174-run victory over Bickley Park. Opening batsman Dan Stickels stole the show with a blistering 125 runs from just 89 balls, guiding Minster to a formidable total of 354-6 in their 50 overs. Captain Dave Masters and Kai Appleby also made valuable contributions to the team’s success.

Meanwhile, second-placed St Lawrence & Highland Court secured a 46-run win over Bexley, thanks to a stellar performance by Australian overseas all-rounder Jason Sangha. Defending champions Lordswood faced a setback with a loss to Blackheath, despite a valiant unbeaten 70 from captain Calum MacLeod.

In other matches, Tunbridge Wells outclassed Sandwich Town, while Hayes emerged victorious over Canterbury, led by former Kent player Alex Blake’s exceptional century. With the competition heating up, Kent Cricket League Premier Division promises more thrilling cricket action in the upcoming matches.