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Surrey Sports Sports Pro Series

Sports Pro Series

2019 is shaping up to be an incredible summer of sport with the Rugby, Netball, Basketball and Cricket world cups as well as Wimbledon.

To celebrate we are hosting a series of Q+A events with professional sports people across all of these disciplines.

Cost per event:

Ticket only: £30 PP

VIP (meet and greet + meal): £50 PP

Alec Stewart

Alec Stewart

Date: 4th June

Time: 8pm - 9.30pm

Affectionately Known as the ‘Gaffer’ of English Cricket, Alec Stewart succeeded Mike Atherton as England cricket captain in 1998, promptly leading England to a momentous win against South Africa, their first in a major series for 12 years. Since his retirement, Alec has taken on the role of Director of Cricket at Surrey CCC, working as both a coach and sitting on the clubs Executive Board.

Alec has been a Surrey stalwart for over 20 years, making his debut in 1981 as an opening batsman and occasional wicket-keeper. He finished his Test career having kept wicket in 82 of his 133 matches.

Now working as an analyst for Sky Sports and the BBC, Alex is an experienced and popular host and enjoys giving motivational talks and lively Q&A panels.

Leon Smith

Leon Smith

Date: 20th June

Time: 8pm - 9.30pm

Leon Smith is one of the most successful & exciting elite British tennis coaches of recent times. He has overseen the development of Andy Murray through his formative years and is currently Great Britain's Davis Cup Captain.

Leon took over the Great Britain Davis Cup team in July 2010 with the team on the brink of relegation and took them to famously winning the Davis Cup title for the first time in 79 years.

In his earlier coaching career, Leon coached Andy Murray from age 11 to 17, during which time Andy won the under 12 World Championships, through to winning 5 of his first professional men's ranking events which led to Andy's first selection for Great Britain's Davis Cup team. Leon was awarded an OBE for services to tennis in the 2016 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Eboni Usoro-Brown

Eboni Usoro-Brown

Date: 25th July

Time: 8pm - 9.30pm

Eboni Usoro-Brown made her international debut for England in 2008 at the age of 20 against Malawi.

Since 2009 Eboni has regularly represented her country playing an instrumental part in various victories and podiums.

She competed for England at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast which was also her third successive Commonwealth Games appearance. Eboni played a huge part in England's victory which stunned defending Commonwealth Games champions Australia 52-51 to secure historic gold medal after a thrilling finish.

Ashley Hamilton & Andrew Lawrence

Ashley Hamilton & Andrew Lawrence

Date: 15th August

Time: 8 - 9.30pm

Ashley Hamilton is a GB basketball player currently playing at London City Royals of the British Basketball League (BBL). During his professional career Hamilton has played at various European clubs, in 2018 he was LEB Gold Champion with Basquet Manresa before moving to London City Royals where he won the BBL Trophy with and MVP performance in the 2018/19 BBL Trophy Final.

Andrew Lawrence is one of the youngest members of the GB senior squad and has progressed through the junior squads with impressive international performances along the way. Andrew is the son of Renaldo Lawrence who was selected by the San Diego Clippers in the eighth round of the 1979 NBA Draft but who spent most of his professional career in the British Basketball League with Crystal Palace and Bracknell Tigers.

Nick Evans

Nick Evans

Date: 12th September

Time: 8pm - 9.30pm

New Zealand rugby player Nick Evans made his All Blacks debut against England aged 23 after impressing in both provincial and Super rugby.

Shortly after joining the Harlequins, Evans was dubbed the chief architect of on-field success of the club. During the 2010–11 season Evans continued his on-field success at Harlequins with his most notable performance coming in the European Challenge Cup, putting a man of the match effort against London Wasps in the quarter finals and kicking the winning conversion in the final against Stade Francais.

Evans announcement retirement from playing in 2017 but shortly after was appointed as an attack coach for Quins.

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