Kemar Roach has re-signed for Surrey for the remaining three matches of the season.
The West Indian quick will once again represent the Three Feathers, having taken 18 wickets in five matches earlier in the season. Roach’s spell was cut short by a game due to a family matter, before representing the West Indies in the two-match series against India.
This is Roach’s third season with Surrey and he has taken 65 wickets in 17 matches, at an average of 24.5. First up for Roach will be Warwickshire at The Kia Oval (3-6 September); in the reverse fixture at Edgbaston, he delivered a fast-bowling clinic picking up nine wickets in the match including 5-34 in the second innings where he took his 500th First-Class wicket.
During this season’s spell, Kemar received his Surrey County Cap in the fixture against Middlesex at The Kia Oval, recognising the consistency of his contributions to the Club on and off the field.
Surrey will welcome Northants to The Kia Oval (19-22 September) for the final home fixture of the season before travelling to Hampshire (26-29 September) for the last game of the season.
Kemar Roach said “Surrey is a second home for me and I’m looking forward to getting back down to business ahead of three massive games. We know what the goal is for the team and I’m going to give everything to help achieve it.”