Luke Procter

LukeProcter 34 yrs

England

Born:Jun 24, 1988Oldham, Lancashire
batting style
Left Handed
bowling style
Right-arm medium fast

Recent form

BattingBowling

18(20)

vs GLCS

F.Class

78(170)

vs GLCS

F.Class

19(58)

vs LANCS

F.Class

10(33)

vs LANCS

F.Class

48(60)

vs KT

F.Class

33(97)

vs KT

F.Class

33(68)

vs WARKS

F.Class

144(204)

vs WARKS

F.Class

76(200)

vs KT

F.Class

100(199)

vs WARKS

F.Class

Bio

Batting Career

Batting career information not available at the moment

Bowling Career

Bowling career information not available at the moment

Teams Played For

Lancashire, Northamptonshire

Luke's Bio

Luke Anthony Procter is a gritty left-handed batsman and right-handed fast bowler, who has been a key asset in the county circles. Born in Oldham, the all-rounder has been with Lancashire since his Academy days, before migrating to Northamptonshire in late 2016. He has been a consistent performer both with bat and ball in the Championship, best known for his reliability with the red ball. 

The Oldham-born debut for Lancashire during the Pro40 Division Two in 2009, his first-class debut came a year later in the Championship. Both his List A and FC debuts came against Warwickshire. However, he made his mark the following season during Lancs’ Championship-winning year, where he studded 366 runs at 40.66. His 2012 season was disrupted by injury. While in 2013, his numbers weren’t very appealing. 

The all-rounder redeemed himself when Lancashire returned to Division One Championship in 2016. Procter was promoted to bat at number 3 and he didn’t disappoint by scoring 822 runs with a staggering 137 against Hampshire. However, he spent the last month of that summer with the Northants on loan, later signing a three-year contract with the latter county. 

Procter left Lancashire after scoring over 5000 runs and scalping more than 150 wickets. He has also been a strong performer in white-ball cricket, his strong technique and ability to scalp key wickets makes him a dogged player. At 33, the dogged man still has a lot to offer and he would like to find success with both bat and ball in the seasons to follow. 

(As of July 2021)