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Surrey Women have named a fifteen strong squad for their T20 double header against Kent at Canterbury Polo Farm tomorrow (April 24th).

The only addition to the group from last Monday’s season opening clash with Sussex, which saw the points shared across the two games, is Chloe Brewer, who has recovered from a hamstring twinge.

That means the squad still features England A stars Bryony Smith (pictured) and Alice Capsey, as well as new Club captain Aylish Cranstone, who settled into her new role well as she top scored in Surrey’s first game with 40 off 43 balls. The experienced Kirstie White, who captained the second game in the double header and scored an important 34 in the first, is also available.

With the ball, seamer Eva Gray will be hoping to continue her good form from Monday, where she posted a haul of 3/17 that included both Sussex openers Georgia Adams and Ella Mccaughan. Off spinner Claudie Cooper will be looking to back up her figures of 2/6 from two overs in the first game on Monday and leg spinner Dani Gregory (pictured) will go again after bowling her full allocation in both games, returning 3/35 from her eight overs.

Debutants Charlotte Lambert and Laxmi Johal are named again, with Johal looking to build on her unbeaten 15 in Monday’s second game.

Full Squad

Aylish Cranstone (c)
Izzy Berry
Maddie Blinkhorn-Jones
Chloe Brewer
Alice Capsey
Kira Chathli
Claudie Cooper
Amy Gordon
Eva Gray
Dani Gregory
Laxmi Johal
Charlotte Lambert
Rhianna Southby (wk)
Bryony Smith
Kirstie White

Streamed coverage will not be available but updates will be provided throughout the day on Surrey CCC social media channels.

For fans wanting to go down and support the team, the ground is a ten minute drive or fifty minute walk from Canterbury West station. Tickets will be available on the gate, priced at £5. The games will start at 11am and 3pm.

Kent had two comfortable victories against Hampshire last weekend, so currently sit top of Group 6 in the ECB County T20 competition. Sussex sit second on run rate, with Surrey third in the group.

Surrey’s next home game is at Chipstead CC, against Hampshire, on Bank Holiday Monday, May 2nd.