Below is a list of the Surrey Cricket management team:
England’s most capped Test cricketer of all time combines his role as an Executive Director of Surrey CCC with a job as a part-time coach to the squad, focusing on wicket keeping and batting. He has been a coach for two years and also works with the PG Academy and Second XI.
Stuart joined Surrey at the start of November as a full-time bowling coach, travelling with the First XI throughout the season as well as spending time with the Pemberton Greenish Academy and Second XI.
Second XI Coach
One of the most popular Surrey batsmen of modern times, Ali Brown left the club to join Nottinghamshire in 2006 where he became one of an elite group of players to win the County Championship with two separate sides. After retiring in 2011, he returned to Surrey as full time Second XI coach, where he will work closely with Ian Salisbury on moving players into the first team and Gareth Townsend on moving players from the PG Academy to the Second XI.
Director of the PG Surrey Academy
The Director of the Pemberton Greenish Surrey Academy, Gareth Townsend is in charge of the club’s Elite Player Development Programme. In this role, he also works closely with the Second XI, ensuring the transition from PG Academy to professional level is well managed and productive.
Bicknell – who was the club’s fast bowling coach until end of the 2012 season – is the first person in club history to take on the role and will combine it with his position as Head of Cricket at Charterhouse School. Bicknell’s brief will be to discover unseen talent throughout the country – and, using an extensive network of contacts across the world game, from further afield.
Formerly the Head Physio for England, Dean Conway now fulfils the same role for Surrey. The popular Welshman is in overall charge of all fitness, injury prevention and strength and conditioning programmes at Surrey and is a key part of Chris Adams backroom staff.
Surrey Physiotherapist Alex Tysoe travels with the team home and away and is the man that sprints onto the field whenever a Surrey player appears to be injured. He also delivers one to one physiotherapy for each member of the squad and works with players returning from injury to ensure it is done correctly.