Full Name

Conor McKerr


January 19, 1998


23y 193d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm fast

Playing Role



Conor McKerr was a member of the South Africa Under-19 squad for the 2016 Youth World Cup in Bangladesh. He left South Africa to sign for Surrey in March 2016, with the intention of building a county career and qualifying to play for England.

Injuries slowed his progress, but in 2017 he joined Derbyshire on a one-month loan and took four wickets on debut in the East Midlands debut against Nottinghamshire. His second Championship appearance for Derbyshire, against Northamptonshire, went even better as he became the youngest bowler to take 10 wickets in a match for the county. A Surrey Championship debut followed by the end of the season albeit with less success.

In the title-winning season in 2018, he was one of a plethora of fast bowlers used, and impressed with his pace, taking 7 for 47 in a match against Nottinghamshire and clearly reaping the benefits of working with Morne Morkel. Injuries limited his opportunities in the first team in 2019, and there were few highlights when he did get on the field.
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Career Averages

List A99395412143/413/4129.426.2528.20000
Batting & Fielding
List A9735726*14.256489.06006040

Recent Matches - Player

Surrey vs Northants--1/130-Jul-2021The OvalList A
Surrey vs Notts1*3/4127-Jul-2021GuildfordList A
Surrey vs Yorkshire--2/3622-Jul-2021ScarboroughList A
Surrey vs Gloucs--0/916-Jul-2021CheltenhamT20
Surrey vs Kent--0/1709-Jul-2021The OvalT20


Conor McKerr celebrates a breakthrough
Conor McKerr helped Surrey close in on victory
Conor McKerr celebrates after finally removing Joe Clarke
Conor McKerr