Picture special on Surrey CCC’s emphatic One-Day Cup defeat to Kent

Surrey lost by 220 runs to Kent in the One-Day Cup south group – going down to a heavy defeat in Beckenham.

Heino Kuhn became the highest scoring Kent player at that venue in a limited-overs game as he top-scored with 117.

Rikki Clarke is out LBW
Kent CC v Surrey CC, Royal London One Day Cup , Beckenham, 1 June 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard
Kent’s Dickson is bowled
Kent CC v Surrey CC, Royal London One Day Cup , Beckenham, 1 June 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard

Kent scored a club record-equalling 384-8 from their 50 overs.

Surrey were all out for 164 in reply.

Opener Jason Roy scored 68 with Rory Burns the next biggest contributor with 42.

Will Jacks
Kent CC v Surrey CC, Royal London One Day Cup , Beckenham, 1 June 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard
Jason Roy top-scored for Surrey
Kent CC v Surrey CC, Royal London One Day Cup , Beckenham, 1 June 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard
Ben Foakes
Kent CC v Surrey CC, Royal London One Day Cup , Beckenham, 1 June 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard
Kent CC v Surrey CC, Royal London One Day Cup , Beckenham, 1 June 2018.
Image by Keith Gillard

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