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Batsman Tawanda Muyeye will have no issues with whatever role Kent’s hierarchy ask him to play at the start of the season - including playing for the 2nds

Batsman Tawanda Muyeye will have no issues with whatever role Kent’s hierarchy ask him to play at the start of this season.

Muyeye is looking to have a big 2024 after he was named Kent’s emerging player-of-the-year last term, as he hit his maiden first-class century against Northamptonshire in June.

He returned to Kent’s first-team ranks after he had racked up a glut of second-team runs.

With head coach Matt Walker having options at the top of the order, with the possibility of England opener Zak Crawley being available for chunks of the campaign, Muyeye has no qualms about dropping down the order for the first team - or even returning to the 2nds.

“Whatever the captain and the coach feels is best, I will do that,” he said. “I couldn’t care less where I bat.

“Even if I start back in the 2nds again, you just have to earn your position.

“If I have to do that again this year, I’m happy to do it. I’m not really stressed about it. I’ll take it as it comes.”

Muyeye was part of a small crop of Kent’s first-team squad who had a spell training in Mumbai, India, ahead of the new season.

He revealed: “I wasn’t going to go at one point but I was very grateful and very thankful that I was able to go.

“It was so productive! We went with our new batting coach Toby (Radford).

“We always get coached how to play spin in England where it doesn’t really turn much so, to go over to India where it does turn and you have to grasp the fundamentals of playing against spin, that was a massive thing, especially as a young player.

“Every summer you want to come back a better player, evolve and that was a massive thing for my game.

“I think being able to bat for hours and hours - having to really concentrate and keep learning, whether you are tired

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