James Tredwell: Letting Kent captaincy go a 'tough' decision
Kent spinner James Tredwell tells BBC Radio Kent it was a "tough decision" to step down as captain of the club.
The 31-year-old says his international commitments with England meant he could not give the job as much attention as he wanted.
Tredwell took on the captaincy in November last year and will be replaced by Rob Key, who was previously skipper for seven years at Canterbury.
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