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  • Richard wins top broadcasting honour

    Friday 21 November 2014

    Leicestershire CCC is delighted to announce that Richard Rae won the Christopher Martin-Jenkins County Broadcaster of the Year award at the ECB Business of Cricket Conference and Awards event last night.

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Tom Wells

Squad Number - 19

Player Sponsor - Houghton Garage

Born - 15th March 1993, Grantham, Lincolnshire

Joined - Academy graduate, joined Leicestershire full staff for 2013 season

Role - Right hand batsman, right arm fast medium bowler

Family - Father John played rugby for Leicester Tigers and coached the team and England

Teams Represented - County age groups from u12, Leicestershire 2nd XI, England u17

Honours - England u17

Highlight of Career - Taking 4-46 on debut versus Loughborough University and making my List A debut, touring India with England u17

Players Admired - Kieron Pollard, Chris Gayle, Paul Nixon

Relaxations - Going out with friends, eating out

Tom Wells is a highly promising all-rounder who came through Leicestershire’s Academy. He has signed a new deal at the Club to keep him at Grace Road until at least the end of the 2014 season.

Wells is a multi-talented cricketer given he is a hard-hitting batsman and right arm seamer. His father John played and coached at Leicester Tigers and England, so he has a very sporting background.

The youngster graduated through the Club’s Academy alongside Shiv Thakor and caught the eye in the second team in both 2012 and 2013.

Wells produced superb innings for the Seconds in 2012 during games against Worcestershire (Trophy) and MCC Universities (Championship) and also chipped in with the ball. He was selected for the Championship Final against Kent.

The all-rounder then continued his development in 2013 by scoring Second team hundreds at Durham in the Championship and against Lancashire and Worcestershire in the Trophy.

Wells was rewarded by being picked in all three First XI tournaments and he made a big impression. Wells scored 88 runs off just 43 balls in three YB40 innings - and he wasn't dismissed during that time. The all-rounder then made a fantastic 82 against Hampshire in the LV=CC on the final day of the season.

Wells' career record at Leicestershire:

application/pdf Tom Wells 2013 (33.20 kB)


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