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Jack till 2022
Discussion started by Grockle , 14 November, 2019 10:49
Jack till 2022
Grockle 14 November, 2019 10:49
Leachy has extended his contract until 2022. Good to see faith in the Somerset future being shown.



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Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 20/11/2019 23:01 by Grockle.

Re: Jack till 2022
Grizzers 14 November, 2019 16:51
Got to be good news.

I guess Jack might get to play in the RLODC next season as well.

Grizzzly

Re: Jack till 2022
Scrumper 16 November, 2019 00:49
For his batting or bowling?

Re: Jack till 2022
wsm fan 16 November, 2019 07:34
Very unlikely to see Jack in the 50 comp.

Pakistan test series starts July 30?
And bound to be a warm up or training prior to it.

Dom is our 50 over spinner, that's his only guaranteed action, unless of course he has already moved to Headingley permanently by then of course.

Dom is out of contract in September.
Cant see any way he resigns until given proof he will get more 1st team action.
With Jack obvious red ball number 1 and the resigning of RVDM (blast 99% will be Max & RVDM) again, then a Leachy central contract or injuries seem only way Dom gets any meaningfull action to me in 2020.

Maybe Dom is our new top 6 batting reserve as by my maths we only have 6 serious top 6 batting options......


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