Full Name

David Liam Lloyd


June 15, 1992, St Asaph, Flintshire, Wales


30y 284d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Playing Role

Batting Allrounder


DJ Lloyd


David Lloyd, a forceful middle-order batsman, is unusual in making his way into the Glamorgan set-up via North Wales. He was on the county's radar for a while and made his second XI debut aged just 16 in 2008. He attended Shrewsbury School, two years below England batsman James Taylor, and by 2011 was a regular for Glamorgan seconds and a year later was playing for Wellington in the Birmingham League.

2012 also saw his first-class debut where he made a pair at Headingley. It wasn't until the latter half of the 2014 season that he was given a run the Glamorgan first XI. He advanced during a consistent 2015 when - among regular batsmen - he topped Glamorgan's batting averages and was named as the county's Young Player of the Year. The following season added to a sense of progress only for his form in 2017 to be mediocre, and he suffered an injury that kept him out for several weeks.

A career-best 119 against Gloucestershire brought him personal release from a dismal wooden-spoon Championship season in 2018 as Glamorgan's faith in a young crop of Welsh players was not rewarded. The following year, he was the lone bright spark in an otherwise disastrous T20 campaign, hitting 358 runs with a strike rate of 140 to show off his expansive game.

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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A5145210539224.48122985.670612512140
List A5134811802215/535/5338.195.9338.6110
Recent Matches - Player
Glamorgan vs Southerns72/3012-Mar-2023HarareOTHEROD
Glamorgan vs Southerns23*--10-Mar-2023HarareOTHERT20
Glamorgan vs Southerns31--08-Mar-2023HarareOTHERT20
Glamorgan vs Northerns14 & 140/2204-Mar-2023HarareOTHER
Glamorgan vs Sussex56--26-Sep-2022HoveFC
David Lloyd pulls en route to a half-century
Ben Raine celebrates an early breakthrough
David Lloyd made inroads
David Lloyd drives through the covers
David Lloyd struck a half-century
David Lloyd set up Glamorgan's victory push