Club captain set for Spitfire sessions
Club captain set for Spitfire sessions

Kent Cricket captain Sam Billings will join Director of Cricket, Paul Downton and Shepherd Neame’s CEO, Jonathan Neame for the third instalment of ‘The Spitfire Sessions’.

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The third edition of this interactive online Kent Cricket forum will take place on Monday 4th May, at the later time of 19.30, as decided by supporters via a poll on the Club’s Twitter account.

This session will focus on the panel’s memorable moments in the Club’s rich history, as well as looking at how the community is coming together in times of adversity.

This forum is open to all, and the panel will be answering questions put to them by Kent Cricket supporters and stakeholders.

Supporters are asked to submit questions to the club in advance via [email protected].

From the advanced questions received, a star question will be selected by the panel and awarded with a prize, kindly donated by Shepherd Neame.

Kent Cricket’s CEO, Simon Storey, said: “We’re delighted to announce that Kent Cricket Captain, Sam Billings will make his debut on ‘The Spitfire Sessions’ next week, adding to an already impressive list of names to have taken part, including our Director of Cricket, Paul Downton, who makes his second appearance in this next edition.

“We’re also pleased to welcome Shepherd Neame CEO, Jonathan Neame, onto ‘The Spitfire Sessions’. Kent Cricket and Shepherd Neame have enjoyed a great partnership since 1998, and Britain’s Oldest Brewer has given tremendous support to the game in Kent for decades.

“Jonathan will be able to provide a great insight into how the cricket-supporting business community across Kent is dealing with the current crisis and also share his fond memories as a keen Kent Cricket supporter and recreational player himself.”


 
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