Kent opener Zak Crawley hit a fluent maiden first-class century to bolster his side's promotion hopes and leave the Hop County in total command of their Specsavers County Championship clash with Division Two basement side Glamorgan.
On a day when young, top-order batsmen shone for their respective clubs, Zak Crawley hit a fluent 56 not out to give Kent the advantage on the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship clash with Glamorgan in Canterbury.
Kent's promotion drive in the Specsavers County Championship moves to the Home of Cricket from Monday when Sam Billings' side take on Middlesex in a crucial Division Two encounter over four days at Lord's.
Matt Henry was again Kent's spearhead with 4-72 as they completed a 102-run victory against Northamptonshire at Canterbury and maintained their Specsavers County Championship Division Two promotion push.
Kent captain Sam Billings has asked his side to move on and focus on winning red-ball promotion after the Spitfires Vitality Blast T20 campaign came to a "hugely frustrating end" in Canterbury last Thursday.