Kent: Sam Northeast savours his first one-day century

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Northeast savours first century

Kent's Sam Northeast enjoys his first one-day century but tells BBC Radio Kent that Darren Stevens deserves most of the credit for the victory against Sussex.

The Spitfires clinched an amazing YB40 win by chasing down 336 - a world record for the 40-over game.

And Stevens' century from only 44 balls is the joint-fastest 40-over hundred in Kent's history.

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