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Danny Lamb

Team flagENG28 yrs
batting styleright-arm medium Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Danny Lamb Recent Form

Batting

SUS vs YORKS, First class3 (18)
SUS vs YORKS, First class0 (12)
SUS vs GLM, First class0 (4)
SUS vs GLM, First class5 (18)
SUS vs DBS, First class37 (47)
SUS vs GLCS, First class83 (116)
SUS vs GLCS, First class17 (31) *
SUS vs LEIC, First class134 (137)
SUS vs NOR, First class41 (55)
SOM vs GLM, LIST A41 (27)
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Bowling

SUS vs YORKS, First class1-29
SUS vs YORKS, First class0-35
SUS vs GLM, First class2-66
SUS vs GLM, First class0-4
SUS vs DBS, First class1-29
SUS vs DBS, First class2-10
SUS vs GLCS, First class3-69
SUS vs GLCS, First class0-29
SUS vs LEIC, First class2-57
SUS vs LEIC, First class0-7
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Danny Lamb Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
T20-Blast201472001285.717.2042----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
T20-Blast2016159.6831.402/100019.47----

Carrer Debut Information

T20-Blast Debut
Nottinghamshire v Lancashire Trent Bridge, Nottingham United Kingdom, 31-5-2022

Teams played for

Lancashire

About Danny Lamb

NameDanny Lamb
GenderMale
Birth7 Sep 1995
Birth PlacePreston, Lancashire
NationalityEnglish

A right-handed batsman, and a right-arm medium-pace bowler, Danny Lamb is a handy allrounder who has risen through the age-group cricket of Lancashire county in England. ... continue reading

Player Bio

A right-handed batsman, and a right-arm medium-pace bowler, Danny Lamb is a handy allrounder who has risen through the age-group cricket of Lancashire county in England. 

Having made his debut for the Lancashire academy team in 2012, Lamb went on to represent the second XI of Lancashire in the very next year and quickly made a name for himself in the domestic circuit.

He signed his first senior professional contract with Lancashire in 2017, and made his List-A debut for his county team against Nottinghamshire, scalping 2 wickets and bowling at tight channels.

In the very next year, Lamb finally made his much-awaited first-class debut for Lancashire against Worcestershire. The allrounder became the first concussion substitute in first-class cricket in England, when he replaced Joe Mennie who suffered a suspected concussion after being struck by a straight drive from Martin Guptill. 

During a 2021 County game against Kent, Lamb scored his maiden first-class ton, slamming a majestic 125 on a tricky wicket.

A player with great potential, Lamb has been impressive so far for Lancashire, ever since his senior debut in 2017. A good 2021 domestic season could potentially see Lamb being considered for a place in the England national side.

(As of May 2021)