9 Facts About Jack Leach

1. Matthew Jack Leach was born on 22 June 1991 and is an English professional cricketer who plays internationally for the England Test cricket team.

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2. Jack Leach was born in Taunton, England on 22 June 1991, and attended Trinity School, Bishop Fox's School and Richard Huish College all in Taunton.

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3. Jack Leach used to be employed to park trolleys at a branch of Sainsbury's supermarket in Taunton.

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4. Jack Leach graduated from the Somerset County Cricket Club academy in the summer of 2010, prior to signing a professional contract with Somerset.

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5. Jack Leach completed his degree at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff in sports coaching.

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6. Jack Leach made his Somerset debut in a two-day match against the touring South Africans in July 2012, claiming the prized wicket of Hashim Amla.

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7. Jack Leach was dismissed for 1 off 11 balls the next morning.

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8. Jack Leach scored one run, tying the game, in a partnership of 76 with Ben Stokes, to help England win the third Ashes test at Headingley, by one wicket.

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9. On 17 June 2020, Jack Leach was included in England's 30-man squad to start training behind closed doors for the Test series against the West Indies.

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