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Surrey open their Women’s County T20 campaign tomorrow at Mill Hill School, taking on Middlesex at 10:30 am before going against Hertfordshire in the afternoon at 1:30pm.

Last season, Surrey’s campaign met a frustrating end as they were knocked out of the finals day via a coin toss against Kent in the semi-final. In the group stages, the Three Feathers finished with 10 points, in third place.

Surrey’s social media channels will be covering the games, and a combined match report will be published at the end of the matchday. Live text commentary will also be available on Surrey’s Match Centre.


Surrey have named a 13-strong side, which will be led by Amy Gordon, for the trip to Mill Hill School.


Middlesex topped the Group 6 table last season, winning four out of their six games. They, eventually, shared the title with Kent as the finals day was washed out.

Hertfordshire, who featured in Group 7 in 2023, won three games and finished two points behind the table-toppers Northamptonshire in second place. They were handed a five-wicket loss in the final by the same opposition at Felsted School.


Surrey’s last outing was in the 50-over London Championship against Kent at Beckenham, where the Three Feathers claimed the most dramatic of victories, defeating the hosts in the last over by one wicket.

The win came on the back of an incredible 153-run partnership between centurion Maddie Blinkhorn-Jones and Charlotte Stubbs. Chasing a target of 267, the pair put on a clinic of positive batting, dealing mostly in boundaries, before Kent fought back with quick wickets.

The scores were level, with four balls remaining in the match, when Izzy Kirby missed her mark against Surrey’s last batter and the visitors completed a famous win with a wide ball.

Debutant Izzy Sidhu was the pick of Surrey’s bowlers, taking 2 for 34, whilst Coco Streets (63) and Genevieve Jeer (52) did the brunt of the scoring for Kent.