|LV= County Championship Division One, Spitfire Floor, St Lawrence (day three)|
|Kent 95: Muyeye 28; Fuller 5-21 & 66-0: Crawley 35, Compton 30|
|Hampshire 373: Dawson 84, Weatherley 58, Fuller 51; Evison 3-86, Agar 3-114|
|Kent (3 pts) path Hampshire (6 pts) by 212 runs|
Kent had been left battling for a draw after three days of their County Championship match with Hampshire at Canterbury.
The hosts closed on 66-0 of their second innings, trailing by 212, with Zak Crawley unbeaten on 35 and Ben Compton 30 not out.
Earlier Liam Dawson hit 84, Joe Weatherly 58 and James Fuller 51 because the guests posted 373 of their first innings.
Kent had began nicely, with Wes Agar taking three early wickets to assist scale back Hampshire to 159-5, however after using out a torrid opening session the guests kicked on after lunch and took a 278-run lead.
After day two had been decreased to simply 6.1 overs, the climate lastly improved on Saturday morning, with Hampshire resuming on 103-0.
Having been dismissed for simply 95 of their first innings, Kent got here roaring again into the competition, with Agar putting twice within the third over of the day.
Fletcha Middleton was first to go, edging behind for 48 and handing Jordan Cox his first red-ball dismissal as a wicketkeeper. Agar then produced a jaffa that despatched Nick Gubbins’ off-stump cartwheeling.
He then had Weatherley lbw, however was denied a fourth sufferer when Crawley dropped Ben Brown, though the batter did not money in, including only a single earlier than he was lbw to Grant Stewart for 10.
James Vince was given lbw to Michael Hogan for twenty-four and Hampshire endured a spell of seven.4 overs with out scoring.
Ian Holland took 36 balls to get off the mark, though when he did it was a classy lower off Joey Evison for 4 and he and Dawson survived to succeed in 189-5 at lunch.
A probably essential stand of 94 was resulted in emphatic style when Evison splayed Holland’s stumps for 41, however by then the momentum was completely with Hampshire.
It was 308-6 at tea and Dawson continued to hit out till he holed out to Hamid Qadri and was caught at mid-wicket by Tawanda Muyeye.
Kyle Abbott was lbw to Evison for 2 earlier than Fuller tried to comb a full toss from Qadri and was caught on the boundary by Muyeye.
When Barker clubbed Evison to Muyeye for 25 it left Kent with a hazardous 26 overs to outlive till stumps.
Dawson put down a troublesome probability to catch Compton off Mohammad Abbas, however the openers batted via till failing mild compelled Hampshire to deliver on their spinners for the ultimate 5 overs and neither Dawson nor Weatherley might break via.
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