Young batsman Jason Roy entered the Surrey record books in 2010 whilst still a teenager after becoming the first ever batsman to hit a Twenty20 century for the Club.
Since then he has also reached three figures in both four day and forty over cricket, becoming one of the youngest ever players to score a century in all three formats.
His original promotion to first-team honours was in 2008 where he became an immediate cult figure, fielding in front of a sold out and rowdy OCS Stand. Since then, he has played at all levels for Surrey, securing a first-team spot in 2011.
A good season with the bat – combined with an innate natural talent for ball striking – has seen the PG Academy graduate named on the England Performance Programme this winter.