Building Participation and Elite Performance
Women and Girls’ Cricket
- Create and improve local opportunities to play cricket, through school and club hubs
- Increase competition opportunities and bring the women’s and girls’ game together
- Focus on engaging young girls under the age of 15 to sustain the game for future generations
- Surrey Women play in the County Championship Division 1 and Natalie Sciver is an England regular
- For more information getting involved in Women’s Cricket, please click here
Pemberton Greenish London Cup
The Pemberton Greenish London Cup, an annual T20 match between Surrey Women and Middlesex Women, will be staged for the first time on Monday May 18th at the Kia Oval.
As well as the match, the day – which is free of charge to attend – will feature cricketing activities for young female cricketers and other fun activities.
If your school would like to attend the Pemberton Greenish London Cup, please e-mail email@example.com.
Director of Women’s Cricket
Former England all-rounder and ex Surrey captain Ebony Rainford-Brent was appointed as the club’s first ever Director of Women’s Cricket in December 2014.
Rainford-Brent will work alongside Academy Director Gareth Townsend and the Performance Department, advising on all Women’s Cricket played at the club. She will also work with the Surrey Cricket Board on the development of the women’s game and strategies to increase participation at all levels.
A winner of both the Women’s Ashes and the Women’s World Cup, Rainford-Brent was a graduate of the Surrey Academy. A captain of Surrey, she has remained closely involved in the game, recently joining the Test Match Special team as well as working with the Lord’s Taverners.
Her appointment was made possible by the securing of a stand-alone sponsorship for Women’s First XI Cricket with Pemberton Greenish, a law firm who previously supported the Surrey CCC Academy.
Watch an interview with Ebony Rainford-Brent here: