A product of the Worcestershire youth system - he first represented the club as a nine year old - he graduated to the England age-group squads and, but for a stress fracture, would have played in the U19 World Cup in Bangladesh. But although there were notable successes along the way - he bowled beautifully in taking six for 37 against Middlesex at the start of 2010 and followed it with 7 for 115 against Sussex.
Worcestershire allowed him to join Warwickshire in 2013 where he has performed well and will hopefully be fit to take a full part in the 2016 season. His ability to swing both the new and old ball at pace means he is dangerous any time he is thrown the ball and he will be looking to build on this talent with Warwickshire next season.
He has been with Woodstock for 3 years and we look forward to continuing our strong relationship.