Surrey recorded the English Region Title’s most noteworthy run pursue in 98 years as they scored 501 to beat Kent by five wickets at Canterbury on Wednesday. Previous Britain player Dom Sibley scored the opposition’s slowest-ever century as he controlled the guests to the eighth-most elevated five star pursue on record and the second most noteworthy in Title history. They missed matching the Title record by one run, with Middlesex pursuing 502 to beat Nottinghamshire by four wickets at Trent Extension in 1925.
What took steps to be a throbbing last day rather transformed into an uneven parade as Sibley and Britain’s Ben Foakes batted pitilessly.
Foakes made 124, while Sibley completed on 140 from 415 balls.
Sibley owned the occupation as he facilitated Surrey home with Jordan Clark after an eminent accomplishment of focus and perseverance.
Jamie Smith likewise scored a long time (114) in Surrey’s subsequent innings.