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Our Story



We are one of eight regional teams across the country formed as part of the ECB’s plan to transform women and girls’ cricket.

The South East Stars work in partnership with Kent County Cricket Club and Surrey County Cricket Club. Surrey act as the ‘Regional Partner’ and The County Ground in Beckenham will be the ‘Regional Performance Centre’. Emma Calvert is the Regional Director of Women’s Cricket and is ultimately responsible for both the Elite, Academy and EPP programmes in the region.

2021 Season

In 2021, the South East Stars were finally victorious on the national stage as we proudly lifted the Charlotte Edwards Cup – the T20 competition for the eight regional sides. This marked our very first piece of silverware of in the club’s short history.

2022 Season

In 2022, the Stars didn’t lift a trophy but have played some tremendous cricket and have seen players such as Bryony Smith, Alice Capsey, Tash Farrant and Alice Davidson-Richards blossom into elite international cricketers.

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Emma’s Welcome

"There has never been a more exciting time to be involved in women and girl’s cricket. We have made phenomenal strides in the transformation of the game over the last couple of years and have bold plans to go further. We want to ensure positive experiences are provided not just at South East Stars but across the region to all those involved in the game at any level and that a platform is created that allows women and girls the opportunity to fulfil their potential."

Emma CalvertRegional Director

Our Vision & Values


Our vision is to be recognised as the leading, most inclusive regional women’s team in the country, that everyone wants to be a part of.