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Jack Leach Profile

Jack Leach

Jack Leach

Bowler England

Slow left-arm orthodox 32 yrs.

This skilful left-arm orthodox spinner, who made his first-class debut in 2012, is one of the major contributors in keeping Somerset in the first division of the English County Championship. After putting in some notable performances for three years, the left-arm spinner’s most prominent County Championship season came in 2016 when he took...

ব্যক্তিগত তথ্য
Born June, 22 1991
Birth Place England
Current age 32 yrs.
Role Bowler
Batting style Left Handed
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
ব্যাটিং পরিসংখ্যান
M I N/O R BF Avg S/R HS 200s 100s 50s 4x 6s
Test 36 55 21 446 1265 13.11 35.25 92 0 0 1 59 2
ODI
T20I
FC 104 137 35 1434 3553 14.05 40.36 66 0 0 2 190 11
List A 17 5 2 22 50 7.33 44.00 18 0 0 0 2 0
T20 2 0 0 0 0 - - 0 0 0 0 0
বোলিং পরিসংখ্যান
M I O Balls Maiden R W AVG S/R E/R BEST BOWL 5 WKT 10 WKT
Test 36 61 1431.4 8590 295 4335 126 34.40 68.17 3.02 5/66 5 1
ODI
T20I
FC 104 162 3064.4 18388 761 8204 312 26.29 58.93 2.67 8/85 21 3
List A 17 17 145.2 872 3 697 21 33.19 41.52 4.79 3/7 0 0
T20 2 2 8 48 0 60 5 12.00 9.60 7.50 3/28 0 0

প্রোফাইল"

This skilful left-arm orthodox spinner, who made his first-class debut in 2012, is one of the major contributors in keeping Somerset in the first division of the English County Championship. After putting in some notable performances for three years, the left-arm spinner’s most prominent County Championship season came in 2016 when he took 68 wickets at an average of 22.58. Shockingly, later that year, his career suffered a big dent when his action was found to be illegal. However, the Somerset spinner showed great determination and mental strength as he underwent remedial work on his arm and body position, re-modelled his action, rectified the problem and then finished the 2017 season with 51 wickets.


In early 2018 while playing for the England Lions against West Indies A, the left-arm spinner achieved match figures of 8-110. Jack knocked hard on the doors of the English selectors with that performance. His hard work finally paid dividends when he got picked in England's Test squad for the tour of New Zealand, as an injury replacement for Mason Crane. He made his debut in the second Test in Christchurch and performed decently, taking two wickets. It is now left to be seen if this talented youngster can cement his place in the national team.