Tom William Hartley
May 03, 1999, Ormskirk, Lancashire
Left hand Bat
Slow Left arm Orthodox
The son of a 400m runner who won European Championship gold in 1974, Tom Hartley is a tall left-arm spinner who enjoyed a breakthrough season for Lancashire in the shortened summer of 2020: injuries and international call-ups gave him the opportunity to play four Bob Willis Trophy games, and he was selected as part of a three-pronged spin attack which led Lancashire to Finals Day.
Hartley's two main assets in T20 cricket are his height and his accuracy, and his form in his first full Blast season earned him a deal in the inaugural season of the Hundred for Manchester Originals. He hails from Ormskirk, and was a regular playing club cricket for them in the Liverpool and District Cricket Competition as a teenager.
Batting & Fielding