Adam Sergeant, Club Captain:
“It’s been a hugely positive year for KPCC, both on and off the field. With unprecedented numbers attending junior training and our senior player roster more diverse than ever, KPCC continues to flourish.
Despite not always achieving the results we would like across the four senior playing sides, numerous memories and ‘firsts’ were achieved. Just a few examples include Wayne Hunt’s memorable first league hundred in club colours, Sheshank Shekhar’s impressive ‘six for’, including a hat trick and Archie Stephens recording a rare double of 500+ league runs and 25 league wickets. In its 150th year, KPCC also boasted its first woman to play 1st Team Cricket, Amelia Kemp.
Whilst ‘relegation’ was a word that had to be used a little often for our liking, it is not a true reflection of the value of the club to solely judge our performance on results. Our village club is so much more than that, offering friendship, development, togetherness and very many memorable moments off the field!
We await the 2022 season with relish, seeing a true opportunity to push our club forward, and sharing our inclusive and friendly club with anyone who wants to be a part of it! ”