Dom Sibley returns home to The Kia Oval as one of the best respected openers in the country.
Epsom-born Sibley, who developed through the Surrey age group and Academy, representing the Club from the Under 9s all the way up to the First XI, has returned to Surrey for the 2023 season.
A former pupil of the Whitgift School, Sibley made his Surrey debut in 2013 and scored 242 against Yorkshire in his third First Class match to become the youngest Surrey player to score a double century.
In August 2017, Sibley moved to Warwickshire where he would make the jump to international cricket. He scored 1,324 runs in the 2019 – with five centuries. The impressive tally saw Sibley make his England debut on the 2019 tour of New Zealand in November 2019 at Mount Maunganui.
His first Test century came against South Africa in Cape Town in the same winter as he ended the tour with an average above 50.
Sibley has gone on to represent England 22 times in Test cricket, scoring 1042 runs with two centuries, and also won the County Championship in 2021 with Warwickshire.
On his return, the 27-year-old opener said: “I’m really excited to be returning home after 5 years. It feels great and I’ll be hoping to make match winning performances that contribute to success and trophies.”