Although the table on Play Cricket is definitely wrong at the time of writing (the bonus points aren’t right) it looks like results yesterday mean that Kent have won the Women’s County Championship for the 7th time.
(Update: The correct table is here on Cricket Archive, which confirms that our numbers below are right.)
Kent had the day off yesterday, but both their closest challengers lost – Sussex to Berkshire and Warwickshire to Middlesex – meaning Kent’s lead is now unassailable.
This means a One Day and T20 “double” for Kent, and a unique “triple” for Charlotte Edwards, Suzie Bates, Lydia Greenway and Tash Farrant, who also won the Kia Super League with the Southern Vipers.
So it will be “trebles all round” and another trip to Buckingham Palace for Edwards and co… though it will be interesting to see if it is with the Vipers or with Kent, now that the County Champs is probably no longer considered the “premier” women’s domestic competition.
Mathsy stuff follows…
(We have double checked it, and we think it is correct!!)
Kent currently have 116 points from 7 completed games, with one to play, meaning the worst average they can finish with is 14.5 .
Warwickshire have 62* points from 5 games with one to play, so the best they can finish with is 13.3 .
Sussex have 63* points from 5 games with two to play, meaning the best they can end up with is 14.1 .
* Including the bonus points which we think are missing on Play Cricket! (Update: Cricket Archive agrees with us.)
 116 + 0 = 116 / 8 = 14.5
 62 + 18 = 80 / 6 = 13.3
 63 + 18 + 18 = 99 / 7 = 14.1