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Laurie Evans is hoping to have the best possible impact in his first year back at Surrey – leading his boyhood Club to the Vitality Blast trophy.

Academy graduate Evans arrived back from Sussex earlier this summer and has made an instant impact in white-ball cricket, scoring 301 runs at an average of 60.20 in the group stage of the Vitality Blast.

He’s not done there though with Thursday’s quarter-final looming large on the horizon. Should Surrey beat Kent, they will progress to Saturday’s Finals Day at Edgbaston.

You can watch the quarter-final live and in full via the Club’s official live stream on kiaoval.com, Facebook Watch & our Youtube channel.