We speak to many of the key figures involved in getting Surrey County Cricket Club and cricket around the county ready for the 2021 season in some of the most difficult circumstances.
With the 2021 season now less than two weeks away, several of the people that make cricket in the county tick at all levels have given their thoughts on how the summer may look.
Club captain Rory Burns, fresh from a difficult India tour and straight back into life as a father, reflects on returning to The Kia Oval and the eight weeks of LV= County Championship cricket to kick start the season.
Surrey Women captain Hannah Jones also gives her thoughts on an excellent 2020 for Surrey Women and how the changing structure of domestic women’s cricket affects her and her side.
Chief Executive Richard Gould is keen to get fans back safely to The Kia Oval as soon as possible and gives an insight into the facilities Members and supporters can expect when they do return.
It’s not just about The Kia Oval though with interviews with Academy Director Gareth Townsend, ACE Programme Director Chevy Green and Surrey Cricket Foundation Director Chris Coleman all highlighting the exciting future of the sport in the county and region.
There is also a round-up of the winter happenings for our men’s players and a look at our new kits.
Click on the below video to watch our 2021 Season Preview Show.