Tred­well left de­flated

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - - By Alex Hoad

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’

Pic­tures: Barry Good­win

LEFT ALONE: Kent’s Sam Billings de­cides not to play this ball against Es­sex on Fri­day night

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