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Callum Dent
25th September 2015
England limited-overs international Jason Roy has signed a new three-year deal at Surrey.
ecb.co.uk News
24th September 2015
The Curran brothers, Tom and Sam, whose late father, Kevin, played for Northamptonshire, demolished his old county on their own to keep Surrey on course for the LV=County Championship Division Two title.
Matt Somerford
24th September 2015
Cricket fans will get a unique opportunity to buy some of the kit used by Surrey’s players during their successful summer at the Kia Oval on Friday.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd September 2015
ECB today announced that the Nottinghamshire all-rounder Samit Patel had been called up to England’s Test squad for the forthcoming series against Pakistan in UAE as a replacement for the injured Zafar Ansari.
ecb.co.uk News
23rd September 2015
Sri Lanka legend Kumar Sangakkara celebrated the award of his county cap with a century to move already-promoted Surrey a step closer to the LV= County Championship Division Two title against Northamptonshire.
ecb.co.uk News
22nd September 2015
Surrey remained eight points clear at the top of the LV= County Championship Division Two table despite rain preventing any play on the opening day of their season-ending clash with Northamptonshire.
David Clark
21st September 2015
England’s leading Test run-scorer is set to face the country’s leading wicket taker when Lancashire look to snatch the LV= County Championship Division Two title against Essex on Tuesday.
Callum Dent
20th September 2015
Skipper Gareth Batty hopes the sour taste of losing the Royal London One-Day Cup final can provide the motivation for Surrey to claim the LV= County Championship Division Two title next week.
David Clark
19th September 2015
Geraint Jones admitted he had enjoyed the perfect ending to his cricket career after making a crucial half-century as Gloucestershire won a thrilling Royal London One-Day Cup final against Surrey at Lord’s.
David Clark
19th September 2015
Gloucestershire won a thrilling Royal London One-Day Cup final by six runs after one of the most extraordinary comebacks Lord’s has seen.