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Luke Wells

Team flagENG33 yrs
batting styleleft handed Batter
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Luke Wells Recent Form

Batting

LANCS vs WARKS, First class0 (2)
LANCS vs WARKS, First class1 (5)
LANCS vs DUR, First class29 (56)
LANCS vs DUR, First class6 (21)
LANCS vs NOTS, First class12 (20)
LANCS vs NOTS, First class17 (30)
LANCS vs KT, First class10 (19)
LANCS vs KT, First class22 (28)
LANCS vs ESS, First class23 (31)
LANCS vs ESS, First class21 (54)
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Bowling

LANCS vs WARKS, First class2-14
LANCS vs DUR, First class1-58
LANCS vs NOTS, First class1-28
LANCS vs NOTS, First class0-13
LANCS vs KT, First class0-10
LANCS vs KT, First class0-6
LANCS vs ESS, First class2-27
LANCS vs HAM, First class0-33
LANCS vs HAM, First class2-31
SW vs DV, 0-5
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Luke Wells Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
100B771090157162.6918.17125----
T20-Blast24213820266142.0120.114116----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
100B7318.7161.001/310035.00----
T20-Blast2421197.8026.262/190020.21----

Carrer Debut Information

100B Debut Welsh Fire v Manchester Originals Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, 2-8-2023
T20-Blast Debut
Lancashire v Northamptonshire Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, 3-6-2022

Teams played for

England Sussex England Lions

About Luke Wells

NameLuke Wells
GenderMale
Birth29 Dec 1990
Birth PlaceEastbourne, Sussex
NationalityEnglish

An experienced left-handed batsman, Luke Wells is a professional English cricketer Son of former England player Alan Wells, he made his Sussex debut back in 2010 as an opener and has been impressive since. Wells joined the Red Rose following a nine-year association with boyhood club Sussex, where he made a boatload of appearances in all formats.... continue reading

Player Bio

An experienced left-handed batsman, Luke Wells is a professional English cricketer Son of former England player Alan Wells, he made his Sussex debut back in 2010 as an opener and has been impressive since. Wells joined the Red Rose following a nine-year association with boyhood club Sussex, where he made a boatload of appearances in all formats.

The Sussex-based cricketer made his first-class debut against Worcestershire on September 13th, 2010 and scored an impressive 62 runs on his debut but ended up on the losing side. Wells has also proved to be a more than useful bowling option throughout his career, claiming 69 wickets with his occasional leg-spin, including a career-best 5/63 against Glamorgan in 2019.

Wells finished the 2017 season as the club's highest County Championship run-scorer, averaging 64.60 in the competition that year. The southpaw joined Lancashire after leaving Sussex in a two-year deal and will be adding extra depth to the squad. At 30 years of age, Wells is an exemplary leaver of the ball and someone of strong mental character, scoring runs even while others fall regularly in a team full of white-ball players.

(As of June 2021)