Lewis Gregory named Somerset captain:
Somerset’s Lewis Gregory given initiative obligations on a changeless reason for the NatWest T20 impact, in the wake of having driven the group in the quarterfinal last season. The 25-year-old allrounder figured it would be an ‘outright respect’ to chief the group, and pledged to challenge for flatware.
“To skipper Somerset in the T20 Blast this year will be a flat out respect. To have my name on the skipper’s
board close by a portion of the colossal names in the club’s history is a tremendous benefit,” Gregory said.
“I had a little taste of captaincy a year ago and I’m charmed that I’ll find the opportunity to lead such a
skilled squad and endeavor to take our T20 amusement forward. It’s an energizing time for the club and we have the capacity
Lewis, who made his introduction for Somerset in 2011, has been an extremely convenient allrounder for the
side – getting 57 wickets in 61 T20 diversions while likewise scoring 613 keeps running at a strike rate of 130.14. Somerset’s Director of Cricket Andy Hurry feels Gregory has demonstrated the possibility to advance into an awesome
pioneer for the side.
“Lewis has built up himself as a key individual from the squad with the bat, the ball and inside the changing area. His excursion up to this point has exhibited that he can possibly develop in to an incredible pioneer. He exemplifies how we need to work, and he is a characteristic pioneer inside our gathering,” Hurry said.