Full name Lewis Gregory
Born May 24, 1992, Plymouth
Current age 27 years 177 days
Major teams England, Devon, England Under-19s, Somerset, Somerset 2nd XI
Playing role Allrounder
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast
|T20I debut||New Zealand v England at Christchurch, Nov 1, 2019 scorecard|
|Last T20I||New Zealand v England at Auckland, Nov 10, 2019 scorecard|
|First-class debut||Somerset v Worcestershire at Taunton, May 4-6, 2011 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Somerset v Essex at Taunton, Sep 23-26, 2019 scorecard|
|List A debut||Somerset v Pakistanis at Taunton, Sep 2, 2010 scorecard|
|Last List A||Hampshire v Somerset at Lord's, May 25, 2019 scorecard|
|T20s debut||Hampshire v Somerset at Southampton, Jun 1, 2011 scorecard|
|Last T20s||New Zealand v England at Auckland, Nov 10, 2019 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0||Abu Dhabi||v Warriors||Abu Dhabi||17 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|11||Abu Dhabi||v Qalandars||Abu Dhabi||15 Nov 2019||Other OD|
|6||England||v New Zealand||Auckland||10 Nov 2019||T20I # 1012|
|-||England||v New Zealand||Napier||8 Nov 2019||T20I # 1008|
|0/19, 0||England||v New Zealand||Nelson||5 Nov 2019||T20I # 1001|
|1/10, 15||England||v New Zealand||Wellington||3 Nov 2019||T20I # 998|
|-||England||v New Zealand||Christchurch||1 Nov 2019||T20I # 992|
|29*, 0/27||England XI||v NZ XI||Lincoln||29 Oct 2019||Other T20|
|17, 0/14||Somerset||v Essex||Taunton||23 Sep 2019||FC|
|3/63, 0, 2/58, 34*||Somerset||v Hampshire||Southampton||16 Sep 2019||FC|
Lewis Gregory has maintained throughout his career that he is a batting - rather than a bowling - allrounder, and proved as much in the 2018 T20 Blast when he hit 328 runs at a strike-rate over 200, belatedly leading to an England call for the 2019 tour of New Zealand. A controlled seamer with red ball in hand, Gregory has become one of the most consistent performers in the county game, despite injuries plaguing him for much of his career.
Once an England Under-19 captain, Gregory's professional career was largely defined by fits and starts until the 2014 season, when he began to produce regular performances with the ball across formats, and slammed a 70-ball ton in a List A game against Durham as a reminder of his promise with the bat.
He came close to an England debut in 2015, as a non-playing member of a weakened squad to play Ireland in Dublin in Peter Moores' last game in charge, and was selected for a Lions squad before missing out due to a back injury. He frequently found himself on the sidelines or playing through pain over the next few seasons, and was not far away from a move to Middlesex during the 2018 campaign.
But that season, which saw him made T20 captain, turned out to be the one in which he came of age. There were useful Championship runs and wickets in addition to his stellar hitting as a finisher in the Blast, and he passed the 50 wickets mark in a first-class season for the first time in 2019 as Somerset's title charge fell at the final hurdle. He was an unused member of the Test squad against Ireland and might have played in the Ashes but for a foot injury, while his continued six-hitting prowess saw him named in the T20 squad for the first time.