List of Presidents of Surrey CCC

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Surrey County Cricket Club is one of eighteen county teams in England that play first-class cricket. Below is a complete list of those who have served as President of the club. The position is an unpaid honorary one, the President acting as a figurehead. Those chosen are distinguished supporters of the club from all walks of life, including politics, business and entertainment, as well as notable former Surrey players and officials. In recent years, Presidents have usually served a one year term, from the AGM held in March or April of the year specified until the following year's AGM.

No. Name Years
1 W. Strahan 1844–1855
2 H. Marshall 1856–1866
3 Frederick Miller 1867–1878
4 William Monson 1879–1894
5 Richard Webster 1895–1915
6 Jeremiah Colman 1916–1922
7 St John Brodrick 1923–1925
8 George Longman 1926–1928
9 Henry Leveson-Gower 1929–1939
10 B.A. Glanvill 1940–1946
11 Harry Primrose 1947–1949
12 Walter Monckton 1950–1952
1959–1964
13 Arthur Tedder 1953–1958
14 George Nugent 1965–1968
15 Caryl Thain 1969
16 Maurice Allom 1970–1977
17 W.E. Gerrish 1978
18 George Edwards 1979
19 Alfred Gover 1980
20 Stuart Surridge 1981
21 Geoffrey Rimbault 1982
22 Michael Barton 1983
23 Alexander Durie 1984
25 Robert Carr 1985
26 Martin Turner 1986
27 Alec Bedser 1987
28 Michael Sandberg 1988
29 Geoffrey Howard 1989
30 Eric Bedser 1990
31 Bernard Coleman 1991
32 William D. Wickson and Dennis Cox 1992
33 John Stocker 1993
34 John Poland 1994
35 Peter May 1995[nb 1]
36 John Paul Getty, Jr. 1996
37 Betty Surridge 1997
38 Micky Stewart 1998–99
39 John Major 2000–01
40 Brian Downing 2002–03
41 Derek Newton 2004
42 Richard Stilgoe 2005
43 John Edrich 2006
44 Vic Dodds 2007
45 Roger Knight 2008
46 Mike Soper 2009
47 David Watts 2010
48 Roger Harman 2011
49 Sir Michael Pickard 2012
50 Sir Trevor McDonald 2013-14
  1. ^ Peter May was awarded the honour of President after his death from a brain tumour on 27 December 1994.

References[edit]

Surrey CCC Yearbook (various years - the 1980 Yearbook has a complete list of officials up to that date)