"Stephen Pope" is an England/English cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a wicket-keeper. He has played List A cricket since 1999 and played Twenty20 cricket during the 2003 season, helping Gloucestershire to the semi-finals. In 2003 he also played in some first-class cricket/first-class matches for the county.

Having played extensively in the Second XI Championship since May 1998, he moved from Gloucestershire County Cricket Club/Gloucestershire to Surrey County Cricket Club/Surrey in 2006, appearing for them in one List A match. He has participated in four youth Test matches.

Pope played for England at the ICC Under-19 World Cup in 2002.

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