"Everybody involved in the game in Kent has a responsibility to close that gap," Clifford told
BBC Radio Kent.
"The quickest fix is to get the people in that we didn't during the wet period and that's what we'll be focussing on."
He added: "It's a cliché but the county does need people to follow it, particularly when doing so well."
losing nearly two days of cricket
in the County Championship game against Hampshire at the Nevill Ground earlier this month, Kent's CB40 fixture against Northants was abandoned after heavy showers.
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