Surrey 2023: West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach will returns to Surrey for the first six matches of the 2023 County Championship season.

Returning to the club for a third season:-

Roach, 34, is returning to the club for a third season after a successful spell in 2021 and a title-winning season in 2022.

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In his time at Surrey so far, he has taken 47 wickets at 23.57, including best figures of 8 for 40 against Hampshire in 2021.

West Indies Fast Bowler Kemar Roach Returns To Surrey For Start Of 2023 Season

Twenty-five of Roach’s wickets came in seven matches in the previous year’s Championship win, including a five-wicket haul in the second innings against Warwickshire at the Kia Oval in July, setting up a six-wicket victory.

Became the sixth West Indies to reach 250 Test wickets:-

Roach became the sixth West Indian to reach 250 Test wickets last year – will link up with the team ahead of Surrey’s first match against Lancashire at the Emirates Old Trafford, and his first game at The Oval against Hampshire (13) – 16 April ).

Roach will be available for the trips to Edgbaston and Chelmsford before finishing his spell with two home derbies against Middlesex (11-14 May) and Kent (18-21 May).

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West Indies Fast Bowler Kemar Roach Returns To Surrey For Start Of 2023 Season

it’s so talented of Players:-

Roach said, “I really enjoy playing for Surrey and to win the title last year was incredible.” “This is such a talented and exciting group of players and I can’t wait to be back on the pitch representing the club.”

Surrey head coach Gareth Batty said: “We are looking forward to welcoming Kemar to Surrey. He brings great ability and work ethic, and his experience will play an important role in the dressing room.”

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“Kemar has already shown what he can do in his time at the club so far and we are excited to have him join us again this year.”