Surrey County Cricket Club photographer Jordan Mansfield takes hundreds of snaps during every day of play at The Kia Oval but, like everyone in his profession, there are some he enjoys more than others.
Mansfield has worked with Surrey’s players for several years now and while 2020 brought a range of challenges, his proximity to the squads and knowledge of the best vantage points in The Kia Oval ensured he still captured the best of the shortened summer.
OVER THE SHOULDER
Surrey Members bask in the July sun and make the most of a rare opportunity to see live sport all while building work on One Oval Square continues at the other end of the ground.
YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN!
A spectacular run of victories took us to Edgbaston’s Finals Day. It wasn’t the party it usually is but Caesar The Lion still enjoyed the occasion.
A STUNNING SETTING
An empty, and changing, Kia Oval hosts the London Derby that saw Surrey come out on top over rivals Middlesex.
JUST OUT OF REACH
Reece Topley extends his arm as far as possible in the hope of taking a stunning catch during a Vitality Blast match.
Daniel Moriarty, Will Jacks & Ben Foakes all go up for the LBW while Rory Burns & batsman Aaron Thomason only have eyes for the ball.
1000 Surrey Members, sat under the iconic gasholder, enjoy the first day of men’s cricket at The Kia Oval in 2020.
Mark Stoneman & Ryan Patel both have eyes for the ball in the field.
ON THEIR WAY
Surrey’s players head out to field under blue skies in the Bob Willis Trophy.
TAKE A KNEE
Surrey & Middlesex players take a knee in support of anti-racism movements around the world ahead of the first ball of the Bob Willis Trophy match on 1 August.