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The fastest hundred that never was

Sep 28, 2013: How Steve O'Shaughnessy's whirlwind knock managed to upset purists and cause controversy over the tactics used

Martin Williamson

Ask Steven

Whitewashes and white coats

Jan 8, 2007: The regular Monday column in which Steven Lynch answers your questions about (almost) any aspect of cricket:

Steven Lynch


Percy's assault on the rule book

Oct 21, 2006: Percy Fender ... a tactical genius but one who in 1931 stretched the Laws to the limit

Martin Williamson

January 2006

Surrey cult heroes

Jan 1, 2006: Nick Mason on the cult heroes produced by Surrey

Nick Mason

New-look Vauxhall End named after legends

Surrey honour 20 of their greats

Mar 10, 2005: The regeneration of Surrey's headquarters at The Oval will include an honouring of its previous generations, after it was announced that the club intends to name certain sections of the newly rebuilt Vauxhall End after 20 of its greatest players

ESPNcricinfo staff

Swanton's Scrapbook - May, 1976

A return to normality

Jun 24, 2004: In the May 1976 issue of The Cricketer, EW Swanton looked back thirty years to the first full summer after the war

EW Swanton

Surrey v Old England, The Oval, May 23, 1946

A great day at The Oval

1947: The King and some 15,000 enthusiasts attended the one-day match arranged to celebrate the Centenary of the Surrey County Cricket Club and of Kennington Oval as a cricket ground


Percy Fender

1915: PERCY GEORGE HERBERT FENDER was born in Surrey on the 10th of August, 1892

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