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Robert Key Recovering From ‘Mini-Stroke’

Former England cricketer Robert Key suffered from a ministroke over the weekend. He is a prominent commentator for Sky Sports and recently, participated in several discussions during the lockdown period. The 41-year-old Robert Key is admitted at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital

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Mohammad Nabi Returns To Kent For T20 Blast

Afghanistan’s talisman all-rounder Mohammad Nabi will once again play for Kent in the Vitality T20 Blast in the next season. Nabi had represented Kent in 2019 as he had scored 147 runs at a blistering strike rate 153.12. The off-spinner had also

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Michael Klinger Registers Second Most Centuries In T20 History

On Thursday (29th August), the 39-year-old Australian cricketer Michael Klinger became the second most centurion in T20 cricket history. It was the Vitality Blast 2019 (English T20 Blast) match between Gloucestershire and Kent at Canterbury. After Kent decided to bowl first, Gloucestershire