Surrey Women continue T20 Campaign

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - JULY 31:  Surrey Stars (players warm up before the Kia Super League women's cricket match between the Southern Vipers and the Surrey Stars at The Ageas Bowl on July 31, 2016 in Southampton, England. (Photo by Julian Herbert/Getty Images)

Published: 14th July, 2017

Surrey Women travel to Berkshire tomorrow for their fifth and sixth games in the NatWest Women’s County T20, searching for a second win in the competition.

Surrey Women’s double header of T20 action starts at 1.30pm, when they take on Middlesex who sit on eight points in the competition having played four, won two and lost two. Surrey will then face Berkshire, who are in the relegation zone, despite being on equal points with Surrey (4), due to a net run rate of -2.63.

Surrey are without talented Sophie Pout, who has noticed 108, 67 and 43 in recent innings, for the fixture, as well as England international Nat Sciver who remains on England duty participating in the ICC Women’s World Cup.

Kirstie White is available for selection and is the seventh highest run scorer in Division One of the NatWest Women’s County T20, as is Hannah Jones who has taken five wickets so far in the competition.

Surrey have named a squad of 12 ahead of the matches:

Kira Chathli

Aylish Cranstone

Hannah Jones

Amy Jenkins

Alex Travers

Priyanaz Chatterji

Rhianna Southby

Amy Gordon

Beth Kerins

Cecily Scutt (C)

Bryony Smith

Kirstie White

Keep up with the latest from Sunday’s fixture on kiaoval.com and on Twitter at @surreycricket.

After the double header, Surrey will remain in the T20 format when they take on Lancashire and Yorkshire at home (Banstead CC) on Sunday 30th July.

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