Linley inks new Surrey deal
Tim Linley has signed a two-year contract to remain with Surrey, who he took 20 first-team wickets for last season.
Last Updated: 08/02/11 8:36pm
Seam bowler Tim Linley has been handed a new two-year contract at Surrey.
Linley, 28, took 20 first-team wickets last season despite missing a large chunk of the campaign with a foot injury.
"Signing on for two years at Surrey is the clumination of a huge amount of hard work and is a very rewarding feeling," said Linley.
"Surrey is a massive club moving in the right direction and I am very excited to be part of it for the next two seasons."
Surrey professional cricket manager Chris Adams was delighted to have kept hold of Linley.
"I can't think of many that have worked harder to get a deal and make a professional career than Tim Linley," said Adams.
"Often the part you don't see as a supporter or a member is what a player brings to the dressing room and Tim is a fantastic team man, is good to have around and brings a great deal to the squad."