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  • Alex Davies lancashire
    Lancashire at every age level He made his first team debut in a 40 over game against Glamorgan in 2011 two days before his 17th birthday becoming Lancashire s youngest ever one day player in the process And he made his first class debut against Surrey at Liverpool at the end of the 2012 County Championship season He joined the Lancashire Academy at the end of 2010 before being awarded a joint Academy Scholarship contract for 2012 He signed as a professional ahead of the 2013 summer Davies is an aggressive top middle order batsman and wicketkeeper who performed well in the second team in 2012 with 360 runs at 54 5 in all three day cricket After opening the batting for England at the Under 19 World Cup in Australia in early 2012 he returned Down Under to experience grade cricket in Melbourne in the 2012 2013 winter It proved to be the ideal preparation for the 2013 domestic season as having moved league clubs from Darwen to Lytham in the Liverpool Competition he started the summer like a house on fire with the bat for both them and the Red Rose seconds He returned to first team colours for a three day friendly against the students of Leeds Bradford MCC Universities to make a composed first innings 69 And when the club s hierarchy made the decision to drop Gareth Cross from the Championship side later in the season the 19 year old stepped in to play the last three matches and enhance his reputation Lancashire signed England limited overs wicketkeeper Jos Buttler ahead of the 2014 and they made no secret of their plan to give him first crack with the gloves But with Buttler s graduation through to Test cricket during that summer there were plenty

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/players/alexdavies/ (2016-02-10)
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  • George Edwards lancashire
    recruit to sign for Lancashire County Cricket Club after penning a two year deal with the county The 22 year old fast bowler arrives at Emirates Old Trafford from Surrey County Cricket Club for whom he took 4 44 on his Championship debut against Worcestershire in 2012 The tall Londoner has taken eight wickets in the four first class matches he has played and was invited on an ECB training camp to South Africa in 2013 LCCC Cricket Director and Head Coach Ashley Giles said George is a young fast bowler with great potential and will be a great addition to our seam bowling unit After losing the services of Kyle Hogg and with Glen Chapple perhaps playing a limited role this is an area that we need to strengthen This is a great opportunity for George and we are delighted to have him on board I wish him well with his career at Emirates Old Trafford George added I m very happy to sign for Lancashire They are a club with a great history and Emirates Old Trafford is such a fantastic cricket ground As soon as I met Ashley and had a chat with him I knew immediately

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/players/georgeedwards/ (2016-02-10)
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  • gavin griffiths lancashire
    spending two years in the Lancashire Academy He made his Second XI debut in 2011 and was a member of the side that lifted the Second XI Trophy in 2012 The opening bowler has also gained national recognition with England s under 17 and under 19 sides including a tour to South Africa in early 2013 with the latter The Ormskirk quick aged 21 ahead of 2015 played in both

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/players/gavingriffiths/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Haseeb Hameed lancashire
    an exciting batsman who in the last third of the 2014 season began an outstanding run of form for Lancashire s Second XI and England under 19s His scores and contribution in winning cricket matches added weight to the argument that at only 17 years old he is the outstanding batsman at under 19 level in the country Successive scores of two 97s and a century for England u19s in

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/players/haseebhameed/ (2016-02-10)
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  • kyle jarvis lancashire zimbabwe
    the owner of eight Test 24 one day international and nine Twenty20 international caps for Zimbabwe which have brought him a total of 67 wickets including 30 at 31 73 in Test matches He retired from international cricket immediately before joining Lancashire He led the Zimbabwe attack well at the Under 19s World Cup in Malaysia in March 2008 before being handed a full one day international debut against Kenya in October of the following year aged 20 He finished with impressive figures of 3 36 from seven overs Jarvis had to wait just under two years for his Test debut against Bangladesh also on his home ground at Harare due to Zimbabwe s exile from the Test arena But again he did not disappoint He returned second innings figures of 4 61 from 16 3 overs as the hosts won by 130 runs Jarvis went on to return two five wicket hauls in Test match cricket 5 64 against New Zealand at Bulawayo and 5 54 against West Indies at Barbados in March 2013 A skillful out swing bowler Jarvis took eight wickets in his first Lancashire match when playing for the county s second XI in a three day match against Scotland A at Alderley Edge He took 5 31 with the new ball in the first innings Jarvis has played domestic cricket in Zimbabwe for the Mashonaland Eagles and in New Zealand for Central Districts He admitted that he had always wanted to play county cricket upon joining the Red Rose and he got his chance in the final match of the season against Kent at Canterbury He took four wickets across the two innings of a pulsating defeat as Kent chased 418 on the final day including 3 72 in the first innings Jarvis s first

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/players/kylejarvis/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Simon Kerrigan Lancashire England
    he clinched a ninth win of the season with just four minutes of the match to spare when he forced Neil McKenzie to edge to Tom Smith at second slip It was a spell that coach Peter Moores described as world class Either side of that Hampshire haul he gained international recognition in the form of a handful of one day appearances for the England Lions and then a place in the elite group of England Performance Programme players for the tough winter s training schedule in India where he returned with the same squad in the build up to 2013 The wicket of South African McKenzie also earned him the Champagne Moment award at the club s annual awards ceremony at the end of the season And all of this from a chap who started out his career at Fulwood and Broughton as a medium pacer It also led to him being chosen ahead of veteran Gary Keedy as the club s first choice spinner for 2012 And although the campaign ended in relegation from the Championship s top tier Kerrigan excelled with 44 wickets at 34 81 in a wet summer which did not suit spinners Kerrigan who only played three 40 over matches in 2012 and no Twenty20s took a total of 57 first class wickets in the calendar year including a six wicket haul for the Lions against Australia A at Old Trafford in early August It was his first class debut for England s second string Another of the club s Academy graduates Kerrigan signed professional terms ahead of the 2009 season but got his chance at the start of 2010 when fellow left armer Keedy now at Surrey broke his collarbone He quickly found his feet with a debut Championship five for against Warwickshire taking six against Essex shortly afterwards and then five against county champions Nottinghamshire in the final week of the season All three hauls came at Old Trafford He finished the campaign with 30 wickets at 32 23 also claiming eleven wickets in his debut Twenty20 campaign and being named as Lancashire s Young Player of the Year Kerrigan has played his club cricket for Liverpool Competition side Ormskirk in recent years and was Lancashire s leading wicket taker in second team cricket in 2009 giving him the perfect platform to make the step up the following summer He also spent some time bowling to the full England squad in the nets in the build up to a Test match at Edgbaston during 2010 and again during the latter stages of 2011 in Dubai ahead of the senior Test tour to India Kerrigan went to Australia on a one day tour with the Lions in the build up to the 2013 summer in which he excelled with 57 wickets from 13 Championship matches at 20 89 and finished it as the leading spinner in the country He took successive seven wicket hauls against Northamptonshire away and Glamorgan at home and it

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/players/simonkerrigan/ (2016-02-10)
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  • arron lilley lancashire
    ranks of Lancashire s junior sides and Academy programme to make his first team debut in County Championship and Twenty20 cricket in 2013 his first year on a professional contract Lilley who will be 24 by the time the 2015 summer begins made his Second XI debut in 2010 prior to joining the county s Academy in 2011 He made his senior debut in a 40 over match against Worcestershire in 2012 but unfortunately rain at New Road meant he did not bat or bowl The off spinning all rounder was the second leading wicket taker in 2012 season in Second XI three day cricket with 19 wickets and was an integral part of their one day Trophy winning side The Tameside born player also played an integral part in the Second XI s success in Championship cricket they shared the title with Middlesex and one day Trophy cricket they beat Nottinghamshire in the final in 2013 But prior to that he debuted in first team Twenty20 cricket during a Roses clash at Headingley and played two Championship matches against Glamorgan at Emirates Old Trafford and Worcestershire at New Road His best performance in the first team to date came

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/players/arronlilley/ (2016-02-10)
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  • liam livingstone lancashire
    have earned him a place on the pro staff at Emirates Old Trafford The 21 year old was on the radar of Durham where he had trials as a youngster He played under 13s and under 15s cricket with the Red Rose county before becoming more involved as a 14 or 15 year old He has played Minor Counties cricket for Cumberland and was in the Red Rose first team who played the students of Leeds Bradford MCC Universities in a first team friendly at Weetwood in June of 2013 He scored 440 runs from ten second XI Championship matches in 2013 including two hundreds He also scored 276 runs from eleven one day matches including an unbeaten 121 and 192 from eight Twenty20 matches He hit a 47 ball 100 with ten sixes against Yorkshire in June It will be music to the ears of all Lancashire fans to learn that he scored hundreds in every form of the game against Yorkshire 2nds during 2013 He also added an eye catching score of 204 against the same opponents in a three day friendly at Headingley in mid September 2014 Livingstone has a reputation as a bitting hitter and it

    Original URL path: http://www.lccc.co.uk/lccc/players/liamlivingstone/ (2016-02-10)
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