Steven Davies made his second fifty in two days

Durham v Surrey, Royal London Cup, Group A, Chester-le-Street

Davies and Burke down Durham

Resurgent Surrey moved clear as Group A leaders in the Royal London Cup as they beat holders Durham by 49 runs at Chester-le-Street


Zafar Ansari top-scored with an unbeaten 66

Surrey v Yorkshire, Royal London Cup, Group A, Kia Oval

Ansari stars as Surrey hold off Yorkshire

Gary Ballance hit his second fifty in three days after being dropped by England but it was not enough to prevent Yorkshire from losing to Surrey by six runs in the Royal London Cup


Jason Roy reached a hundred off 74 balls

Surrey v Northants, Royal London Cup, Group A, Kia Oval

Roy ton sets up Northants mauling

Surrey made a convincing start to their Royal London Cup campaign with an emphatic 220-run victory against Northamptonshire at the Kia Oval, powered by a thunderous 74-ball hundred from Jason Roy


Steven Finn has returned impressively to the England fold

Middlesex v Surrey, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Lord's

Defeat leaves Surrey needing help

Surrey's late charge for the quarter-finals of the NatWest T20 Blast stalled at Lord's as they lost to Middlesex by 43 runs.

Jason Roy unleashed a couple of early sixes

Surrey v Somerset, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Kia Oval

Rampant Roy keeps Surrey alive

Jason Roy smashed an unbeaten 122 off 64 balls, in front of a more than 20,000 at the Kia Oval, to keep alive Surrey's hopes of reaching the NatWest Blast quarter-finals and oust Somerset in the process


Ben Foakes punches through the off side

Surrey v Kent, LV= Championship, Division Two, Kia Oval, 4th day

Foakes fifty maintains Surrey's momentum

Ben Foakes finished unbeaten on 57 as Surrey completed a convincing six-wicket LV= County Championship win against Kent to close to within eight points of Division Two leaders Lancashire


Gareth Batty picked up two wickets

Surrey v Kent, LV= County Championship Div Two, The Oval, 2nd day

Kent capitulate for 99 after Sangakkara ton

The 53rd first-class hundred of Kumar Sangakkara's glorious career and the continuation of 17-year-old Sam Curran's memorable debut helped to put Surrey in position to beat Kent