Jade Dernbach to move on after 19 seasons with Surrey


Former England seamer has only featured twice for club in any format since 2019

Jade Dernbach, the former England seamer, will leave Surrey at the end of the season in order to pursue further playing options.

The 35-year-old, who was capped 58 times by England in limited-overs internationals between 2011 and 2014, has only made two 1st XI appearances for Surrey since 2019. Earlier this month, he went on loan to Derbyshire, taking five wickets in two Vitality Blast matches.

A popular and long-standing servant at The Oval, Dernbach made his debut in 2003 and helped Surrey to lift the CB40 trophy in 2011, as well as the County Championship in 2018. He featured 10 times in the Championship that season, but has not played a first-class game since, with injuries limiting his involvement.

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