Key steps down as Kent captain

Rob Key, the former England batsman, has resigned as Kent captain after seven years in the post. He has been succeeded by offspinner James Tredwell, another product of the Kent academy system.
Key succeeded David Fulton at the end of the 2005 season and led the county to a period of one-day success, becoming one of the longest-serving Kent captains. Along with coach Graham Ford, Key “worked out a plan how we were going to become a one-day side”.
The highlight of Key’s captaincy was lifting the Twenty20 Cup in 2007. In 2008, the county lost in the Twenty20 and 50-over domestic finals, which…

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