Tredwell left deflated
Captain James Tredwell was disconsolate after seeing his Spitfires side capitulate tamely for the third time in four days.
Monday night’s 62-run defeat at Essex followed the nine-wicket humbling at Middlesex the previous day and a 47-run drubbing at home to the Eagles on Friday night.
After Monday’s reverse at Chelmsford, Tredwell – Kent’s stand-out player with the ball in all three games – said: “The feeling is pretty similar to the other days.
“We did quite well in the field, especially after their start. We clawed it back quite well on a good pitch with a short boundary.
“We’ve got to that point now where we keep doing the same things. It’s another time when we’ve not got any substantial partnerships and we haven’t got a score of 40 or 50 in that top order. It costs you dear.
“We keep looking for the answers but we
‘We keep looking for the answers but we haven’t found any yet’
LEFT ALONE: Kent’s Sam Billings decides not to play this ball against Essex on Friday night