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Canterbury-born batsman Joe Denly returned home to Kent in 2015, scoring more than 1,000 first-class runs in his comeback season.
The Kent Cricket Academy graduate will re-join the club after agreeing to end his three-year stay at Middlesex a year early.
The right-hander was in the original Kent Cricket Academy intake and made his Kent debut aged 18 in 2004.
He was the first Academy scholar to play first-class cricket and made the step up to international cricket, playing nine One-Day Internationals and five T20s for England in 2009-10.
The former Chaucer Technology College student has scored more than 8,000 first class runs at an average of 33.9 and was the first Canterbury-born player to be capped for Kent.
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