Tash Farrant – Senior Coach

Playing Career: Oval Invincibles, Kent, Sapphires, South East Stars and Southern Vipers.

Representative Honours: England, England U19s.

Education: Severn Oaks School 

Tash is a leading player in the woman’s game, a left handed batter and medium paced bowler, born in Greece to English parents and raised in Italy and Singapore. Tash moved to Kent when she was eight but was already playing cricket for the Sevenoaks School boys’ team by the time she was 11, bowling at a quicker pace than many of her male counterparts. She made her Kent senior team debut in 2012, and took 5/9 in the match. She was part of the Kent side that won the 2016 Women’s County Championship after winning seven of their eight matches. In that season’s match between Kent Women and Staffordshire Women, Tash took six wickets for 16 runs. In 2013, at the age of 17, she received her first call up for the England women’s cricket team, for a series against Pakistan. She has currently achieved 125 caps at One day and Test level and a further 32 caps in theT20 game. In April 2014, she was one of 18 players awarded the first set of England and Wales Cricket Board central contracts for women players. Tash has a reputation for being a detailed and technical coach at both youth and performance levels.

Directors and World Class Coaches

Mark Butcher – Director Of Cricket

Gary Butcher – Senior Coach