Kira Chathli, Tilly Corteen-Coleman and Dani Gregory to play for Surrey in the 2025 season

The revamped domestic structure in England will witness the introduction of a three-tiered structure replacing the regional model from the year 2025. Surrey has signed a trio of Kira Chathli, Tilly Corteen-Coleman, and Dani Gregory for the 2025 season. Earlier in the month, Bryony Smith and the South East Stars trio Alice Davidson-Richards, Paige Scholfield and Alexa Stonehouse were roped in by Surrey for the 2025 season.

Kira Chathli, Tilly Corteen-Coleman and Dani Gregory to play for Surrey
Kira Chathli, Tilly Corteen-Coleman and Dani Gregory to play for Surrey

The 24-year-old wicket-keeper batter Kira Chathli plays for the South East Stars in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy, having last played for the side in the year 2023. She was also a part of the Oval Invincibles title-winning side in the 2nd edition of the Women’s Hundred in 2022. She will represent the Trent Rockets in the upcoming 4th edition of the Women’s Hundred.

The 16-year-old left-arm spinner Tilly Corteen Coleman signs her first full-time professional contract with Surrey. She represents the South East Stars in the Charlotte Edwards Cup. She will represent the Southern Brave in the upcoming 4th edition of the Women’s Hundred this year. The 25-year-old leg-spinner Danielle Gregory represents the South East Stars in the Charlotte Edwards Cup. She has picked up seven wickets so far in the ongoing edition of the Charlotte Edwards Cup. She was a part of the Oval Invincibles in the first couple of editions, before moving to the Southern Brave last year in the Women’s Hundred. Her side has ended up winning the silverware on all the occasions, so far.

“It’s great to add three more players to our 2025 squad and I’m so pleased they are going to part of the team next year. Kira has played an important role at the top of the order for several years now and her glovework has been excellent. Tilly is such an exciting young player and has a huge amount of potential, she is already showing this season that she is ready for senior cricket and we can’t wait to see how she develops. Danielle Gregory has played such an important role on and off the pitch in the last four years and I know how proud she will be as a Surrey player to represent the Club as a professional.” The Director of Women’s Cricket Emma Calvert expresses her delight for signing the trio of youngsters to play for Surrey in the 2025 season.

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(Quotes sourced from Surrey Press Release).

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