HIGHLIGHT PERFORMANCES: EVERY SURREY PLAYER TO PLAY RED-BALL CRICKET THIS SUMMER
The best moment by every surrey county cricket club player this summer in the county championship:
Scott Borthwick: Scott scored 62 against Yorkshire at Scarborough, to help guide Surrey to 229 and victory over the home side.
Rory Burns: Rory came within two wickets of carrying his bat against Worcestershire at the Kia Oval at the start of the season, falling just seven runs short of his second first-class career double century, when he scored 193.
Rikki Clarke: Rikki Clarke scored a century against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge, reaching 111 from just 134 balls - his first County Championship ton since 2002. 2012.
Sam Curran: Figures of 10/101 against Yorkshire at the Kia Oval, removing England Captain Joe Root in both innings.
Tom Curran: Taking two wickets within the first 14 balls of his Championship season at home to Nottingamshire, finishing with 5/28.
Jade Dernbach: Jade took seven wickets against Yorkshire at Scarborough, with four of those wickets coming in the first innings. With the bat, Jade scored a vital 31 against Lancashire in the Day/Night match at the Kia Oval.
Matt Dunn: Matt Dunn had Sam Northeast caught behind for 129, as he looked to be taking the opening game of the season to Surrey.
Dean Elgar: Elgar scored 110 in his final game of the season for Surrey against Somerset at Taunton, batting for 258 minutes.
Aaron Finch: Hitting Matt Parkinson into the stands with two sixes in successive overs against Lancashire at the Kia Oval.
Ben Foakes: A remarkable stumping of James Vince off the bowling of Amar Virdi at the Ageas Bowl, to remove the Hampshire batsman for 28.
Arun Harinath: Arun scored 48 runs against Somerset at Guildford, in an important win for the side.
Will Jacks: Taking three catches as a substitute fielder at home to Lancashire, including the match-winning screamer at short-leg.
Stuart Meaker: Stuart Meaker was part of a fast-paced bowling attack against Worcestershire at the Kia Oval.
Conor McKerr: Conor finished the home victory over Nottinghamshire at the end of August with match figures of 7/57.
Morne Morkel: Figures of 6/57 with the pink ball to beat Lancashire by 6 runs, including all five wickets on the final day.
Ryan Patel: Patel took 6/5 against Somerset at Guildford, including the first five wickets inside just 11 balls.
Ollie Pope: Pope scored 158 not out at home to Yorkshire, steering Surrey from 69-4 to 414 all out.
Jason Roy: Jason scored 63 against Somerset at Taunton, batting at three in his first red-ball match of the summer in a Surrey shirt.
Mark Stoneman: Pope scored 158 not out at home to Yorkshire, steering Surrey from 69-4 to 414 all out.
Amar Virdi: Dismissing Hashim Amla and James Vince lbw in the same over for his first wickets of the season against Hampshire.
Theunis de Bruyn: 38 for Surrey against Yorkshire in Scarborough to confirm the away side’s victory.