It's all over! Sam Northeast wins it for Kent with nine balls to spare.
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Sam Northeast smashes it for six which takes him to 49 for the evening.
Alex Blake is gone as Lewis Gregory bowls him which gives Somerset some hope.
Superb hit by Sam Northeast who hits it long for six, much to the delight of the Kent fans.
That's both the openers out for Kent as Daniel Bell-Drummond goes long but is caught by Roelof van der Merwe.
We're back underway and we have a wicket. It's Max Waller who bowls Joe Denly for 46.
Those covers are now coming off, play set to restart at 21:35 BST with two overs lost.
The revised target is 181 from 18 overs.
The players are off and covers on. Kent are 77-0 off six overs.
The chase is underway and it's 50 for the opening partnership as Daniel Bell-Drummond times his shot perfectly for four.
Johann Myburgh is out for 64 off Mitchell Claydon's ball as Sam Billings is there again to make the catch.
Johann Myburgh's huge six manages to land on the balcony of a nearby apartment. Thankfully the ball was returned... and missed the windows.
Ahead of Steve Davies's dismissal, watch Mitchell Claydon's extraordinary no-ball which goes straight over the batsman's head and into the wicketkeeper's gloves.
Joe Denly takes Steve Davies with his second ball as Daniel Bell-Drummond catches in the deep.
Somerset captain Jim Allenby makes it straightforward for Sam Billings who claims with ease.
Kent attempt the run out but wicketkeeper Sam Billings misses the stumps and instead his throw goes for four overthrows while the batsmen run three.
An early wicket as Lewis Gregory is caught by Adam Milne off Jimmy Neesham's ball.
Somerset won the toss and bat first.
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