Get a free equipment bag!
It's quick, fun and played with a soft ball and aims to get more adults playing cricket on a regular basis. Easy Cricket is a new format of cricket that anyone can set up for their friends, family and colleagues. Any age or ability can have a go and it is designed to be convienient to you. Surrey Cricket have a number of complimentary kit bags with all of the equipment and help you need to get you started. For more information, contact Chris Bullen.
Last Man Stands
Last Man Stands is a quick, exciting and rule-bending version of Twenty20 played by time-strapped cricketers all over the world. In two hours you can have a full on, competitive game of cricket with your mates.
Women's and girl's cricket
Many of Surrey's Cricket clubs offer sessions for women and girls to play cricket. To find your nearest women's and girls club visit the Surrey Cricket Board website.
The OSCAs recognise and reward this valuable contribution volunteers make to cricket in Surrey. Deadline for applications is 26 June 2013. OSCAs application information
Cricket Development Managers and their responsibilities
Chance to Shine, compliance, facilities, club development in Waverley, Elmbridge and Mole Valley
Facilities, adult participation, leagues, club development in Tandridge, Reigate & Banstead and Epsom & Ewell.
Volunteers, coach education, club development in Guildford.
Cricket Development Officers and their responsibilities
Women and girls cricket, competitions, club development in Woking and Spelthorne.
Coach development, club development in Runnymede and Surrey Heath.
For contact details visit here.
The Surrey Cricket Board
Please visit Surrey Cricket Board website for the latest news.
England Cricket Board
England and Wales Cricket Board website also has useful information.
Coaching and qualifications
For how to get started in cricket coaching and for a list of courses and development opportunities, please visit the ECB's coaching pages.