Kevin Pietersen: Surrey T20 Blast stint set to be last in England

Kevin Pietersen says he is unlikely to play in England again after his stint with Surrey in this summer’s T20 Blast competition. The former England batsman, 36, re-signed with the county in March and will play his first game against Essex at The Oval on 19 July. He has not played an international match since…

Sangakkara's 100th century leads Surrey to semis

Media playback is not supported on this device Royal London One-Day Cup, Headingley Surrey 313-7 (50 overs): Sangakkara 121, Foakes 86; Rafiq 3-51 Yorkshire 289-9 (50 overs): Lyth 75, Handscomb 60; Rampaul 3-54 Surrey beat Yorkshire by 24 runs Scorecard Kumar Sangakkara’s 100th career century helped Surrey beat Yorkshire by 24 runs to reach the…

Essex v Surrey: Kumar Sangakkara hits fifth first-class century in succession

Specsavers County Championship Division One, Cloudfm County Ground Surrey 334-7: Sangakkara 177*, S Curran 90, Meaker 43*; Quinn 3-66 Essex: Yet to bat Surrey 3 pts, Essex 2 pts Match scorecard Kumar Sangakkara’s fifth successive first-class century led a remarkable recovery for Surrey against Essex. The Sri Lankan finished unbeaten on 177 as Surrey closed…

Surrey through in One-Day Cup after rain-affected day

Royal London One-Day Cup, Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence Essex 307-6 (50 overs): Chopra 83, Cook 54; Haggett 2-59 Kent 50-3 (11 overs): Bell-Drummond 25 not out; Ashar Zaidi 2-10 Essex (2pts) beat Kent by 57 runs (D/L method) Match scorecard Surrey qualified for the One-Day Cup knockout stages despite rain causing their game at Gloucestershire…

One-Day Cup: Roelof van der Merwe seals Somerset win over Surrey

Royal London One-Day Cup, The Cooper Associates County Ground Surrey 290-8 (50 overs): Foakes 92, Stoneman 56; C Overton 3-57, Gregory 3-71 Somerset 291-6 (43.5 overs): Van der Merwe 165*, Elgar 68; Dernbach 3-46 Somerset (2 pts) beat Surrey by four wickets Match scorecard Roelof van der Merwe hit an astonishing unbeaten 165 as Somerset…

Zafar Ansari: Surrey and England all-rounder retires aged 25

Surrey and England all-rounder Zafar Ansari has retired from cricket at the age of 25, saying he has “other ambitions that I want to fulfil”. Ansari made his Test debut for England in October, against Bangladesh, before playing two Tests against India. The left-arm spinner played 71 first-class games, taking 128 wickets. “After seven years…