Kent take on Lancashire in Bill Beaumont County Championship final

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History can be made in the Bill Beaumont County Championship final on Sunday as Kent look to end a 96-year drought when they take on Lancashire at Twickenham.

Last victorious in 1927, the county have reached the final for the first time since 1986 and now have the opportunity to finally lift the trophy again.

Ad Standing in their way are Lancashire, the most successful county in the competition's history, who have triumphed 25 times — most recently in 2018.

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