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Surrey Cricket Club

Surrey Cricket Club is a professional cricket team based in London, England. The club was founded in 1845 by the Surrey County Cricket Club, which is one of the oldest cricket clubs in England.

The team plays their home matches at The Oval, which is a historic cricket ground located in Kennington, London. The Oval has a seating capacity of over 25,000 and has hosted numerous international matches, including Test matches and One Day Internationals.

Surrey Cricket Club is also known by the nickname "The Brown Caps". The nickname originated from the team's distinctive brown caps that were worn by the players in the early years of the club's history.

Over the years, Surrey Cricket Club has been home to many talented cricketers. Some of the notable players who have represented the club include Alec Stewart, Graham Thorpe, Mark Ramprakash, and Kevin Pietersen.

When it comes to the best batsmen in the history of Surrey Cricket Club, names like Jack Hobbs, Tom Hayward, and Andy Sandham come to mind. These players have left a lasting impact on the club's success and have achieved great feats in their careers.

Surrey Cricket Club has a rich history of achievements. The team has won the County Championship title a total of 19 times, with the most recent victory coming in 2018. They have also won the Royal London One-Day Cup and the T20 Blast on multiple occasions.

The club participates in various domestic and international competitions. They compete in the English County Championship Division One, the Royal London One-Day Cup, and the T20 Blast in England. Surrey Cricket Club has also been involved in international tournaments such as the ICC Champions Trophy and the ICC T20 World Cup.

For more information about Surrey Cricket Club and their upcoming matches, you can visit their official website here.

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