|County Championship Division Two, Canterbury|
|Kent 456-9 dec and 168-2 dec drew with Glamorgan 389|
|Kent 8pts, Glamorgan 6pts|
Kent and Glamorgan drew their County Championship Division Two clash on the final day at Canterbury.
Resuming on 264-7 in their first innings, Glamorgan avoided the follow-on and were bowled out for 389.
Darren Stevens ended with figures of 4-77, including the scalp of wicketkeeper Mark Wallace (111).
John Glover (2-16) took the wickets of Rob Key and Ben Harmison but Kent declared once Sam Northeast (101 not out) passed his century.
Kent, still unbeaten in the four-day game this season, kept their promotion bid alive after picking up eight bonus points.
They lie fourth in the table, five points behind second-placed Hampshire and 27 behind leaders Derbyshire, and have a game in hand.