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Surrey County Cricket Club
Going Back to Back, chasing 501 and the importance of the red ball game.
Hear from the Surrey Family including Alec Stewart, Micky Stewart, Steve Elworthy and Trish Garrard, talking about the successful 2023 County Championship winning season. They talk through the season, what it means to the Club and the importance of the red-ball game to everyone at Surrey.
Surrey Cricket Foundation's Walking Cricket growing admirably in the county
Walking Cricket in Surrey, which is overlooked by the Surrey Cricket Foundation, will soon be entering its third consecutive year, and the interest in this inclusive format of the game is growing at pace. In 2023 the programme grew from three teams to eight, with Valley End, Old Woking, Merstham, Wimbledon and The Change Foundation all joining the fun. This led to some fantastic impact, bringing social, physical, and mental health benefits to over 130 older people taking part. With the help of renewed sponsorship from Coaching Centred Leadership, the Foundation aims to identify and support a further 4-6 clubs in 2024. Check out the video of a session held in Wimbledon CC earlier this year!
Dan Lawrence: Why I joined Surrey and what the fans can expect!
Dan Lawrence gives his first interview since starting at Surrey. He talks through why he joined the Club, what the fans can expect to see and how he's aiming to contribute to a third County Championship title in a row. Dan tells us about his cricketing experiences growing up, being part of the England squad under Ben Stokes and Brendan McCullum, and who have been the biggest influences on his career so far.
LIVE - Surrey v Northamptonshire – LV= County Championship – Day 4
Description: .The final day of the final home game of the season at The Kia Oval sees Surrey take on Northamptonshire, looking to end a rain affected positively and retain their advantage over Essex going into the final week of the season. After a competitive first day, a strong Northamptonshire batting effort on Day 2 and then a Surrey fightback on the afternoon of the third day, Surrey go into Day 4 on 158/6. The Surrey side is captained by Rory Burns and features players including Dom Sibley, Jamie Overton, Kemar Roach and young Indian batter Sai Sudharsan. Action will get underway at 10.30am each morning with commentary from a team including Daniel Norcross (BBC TMS), Phil Walker (Wisden Cricket Podcast), Yas Rana (Wisden Cricket Podcast) and Cameron Ponsonby (Guardian, Cricinfo).
Highlights: Surrey confirmed as Division One winners on Day 3 at The Ageas Bowl
Surrey were confirmed as back-to-back LV= Insurance County Championship winners on Day 3 at The Ageas Bowl, with the game on field sliding towards an intriguing finale to the season. The triumphant moment came at 12:24 and midway through a Will Jacks over after their only surviving competitor Essex had been bowled out for under 400 at Wantage Road – and could no longer secure the bonus points needed to overtake them. Jacks and Cam Steel took control of the innings with their spin. Both claimed personal bests in the Championship. Sai Sudharsan was solid in his 31 before bad light ended play eight overs early with 73 runs, or four wickets, still needed for a result.
Highlights: Sudharsan's half-century against Hampshire keeps game in balance after stop-start Day 2
Sai Sudharsan’s exceptional 73 and late runs from Jordan Clark (50 not out) took Surrey to 207 against Hampshire kept this LV= Insurance County Championship game in the balance after a weather-affected stop-start day two at The Ageas Bowl. Will Jacks also played a quick cameo, which involved two brilliant pull shots for maximum runs. Liam Dawson moved to 45 wickets with his fourth five-wicket haul of the season. It’s the left-arm spinners’ best batting season since 2015 and best-ever bowling campaign as his five for 44 kept Surrey waiting in their quest to squash last contenders Essex.