Zafar Ansari will miss the start of England's Performance Programme as he continues his recovery from a dislocated thumb.
Newly-promoted Surrey have signed left-arm fast bowler Mark Footitt from Derbyshire on a four-year contract.
Fast bowler Matt Dunn has become the latest player to commit to Surrey by signing a new three-year contract.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Ben Foakes has become the latest Surrey player to sign a new long-term contract.
Surrey all-rounder Zafar Ansari has signed a new three-year deal to cap a season that saw him called up by England.
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Surrey seamer Tom Curran has signed a new three-year contract which will keep him at The Oval until 2018.
Durham's Chris Rushworth has been named PCA Player of the Year, with awards also going to Stuart Broad and Tom Curran.
Former Surrey, Gloucestershire and Sussex player Roger Knight is to take over from David Morgan as president of MCC.
Surrey's South Africa-born seamer Tom Curran has been added to the England Performance Programme for the winter.
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Surrey secured the County Championship Division Two crown despite being held to a draw by Northamptonshire at The Oval.
Spin bowler Gary Keedy has announced his retirement from cricket after a career spanning more than 20 years.
Samit Patel has been called into the England Test squad to face Pakistan in place of injured Surrey star Zafar Ansari.
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has signed up to play in the Pakistan Super League for next year in Doha.
Tom and Sam Curran took 11 wickets between them for Surrey, while Chris Dent notched a double ton for Gloucestershire.
James Anderson took four wickets for Lancashire against Essex, including removing his England captain Alastair Cook for one.
Leicestershire teenager Zak Chappell set a record despite falling four runs short of a century on his first-class debut
Jade Dernbach's hat-trick counted for nothing as Gloucestershire beat Surrey by six runs to win the One-Day Cup.