Surrey Cricket girl’s Emerging Player Group programme


Emily B, Lily F and Rosie F have been selected for the Surrey girls’ Emerging Player Group (EPG) programme for the winter of 2021 and Summer of 2022. Only nine girls were selected, so RGS represents a third of the group.

The girls’ EPG is an enhanced training programme for players deemed to have high potential, who have stood out within their County Age Group (CAG) squad, and provides additional coaching and resources to further aid their development. The programme will be consist of group training sessions along with additional S&C support (with Locker27 coaches) and skill set training throughout the winter. The programme will then combine with Kent’s EPP over the summer to create a training and match programme. There will be links with the South East Stars Pathway staff throughout the programme.

The EPG programme works towards producing players to link into the South East Stars Pathway. There will opportunities over the winter where players can be invited to attend South East Stars Academy sessions, if players are deemed ready for that level.

There will be nine players involved in this Girls’ EPG programme this winter – from U-14s to U-16s (in the 2022 season) with the potential for further players to be invited to attend summer training and match day programmes.

Naturally, RGS is very proud of the girls’ achievements and will continue supporting them along this ever-evolving and exciting journey.

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