Matches (16)
ENG-W v IND-W (1)
Duleep Trophy (1)
Road Safety (2)
IND v AUS (1)
PAK v ENG (1)
Legends League (1)
CPL (1)
WT20 WC QLF (4)
County DIV1 (1)
County DIV2 (3)

Full Name

Lewis Gregory

Born

May 24, 1992, Plymouth

Age

30y 123d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium fast

Playing Role

Allrounder

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.


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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
ODI3201177758.50116100.860110300
T20I97145157.5041109.75002200
FC10916018349013724.57595258.6341443171690
List A795961323105*24.961312100.831810331270
T2018214438218376*20.591570139.040618783790
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
ODI331149743/443/4424.255.1028.5000
T20I957811721/101/1058.509.0039.0000
FC1091851568885413186/3211/5326.853.2649.311152
List A7974306230381104/234/2327.615.9527.8600
T20182155268040271515/245/2426.669.0117.7510
Lewis Gregory
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Recent Matches - Player
MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
Somerset vs Northants32 & 29*0/2020-Sep-2022TauntonFC
Somerset vs Warwickshire60 & 10*2/48 & 0/5012-Sep-2022BirminghamFC
Somerset vs Gloucs04/62 & 0/5905-Sep-2022TauntonFC
Rockets vs Originals17*0/1503-Sep-2022Lord'sT20
Rockets vs Fire2*0/629-Aug-2022NottinghamT20
Photos
Lewis Gregory holds the Hundred trophy aloft
Lewis Gregory leaps in triumph after sealing the men's Hundred final
Lewis Gregory chops through the off-side in his matchwinning knock
Lewis Gregory helped put on 92 for the seventh wicket
Dawid Malan is congratulated by captain Lewis Gregory after hitting the winning runs
Kasey Aldridge and Lewis Gregory fist-bump as Shannon Gabriel walks back to his mark