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Jack Leach: English cricketer
Matthew Jack Leach is an English cricketer who plays for Somerset County Cricket Club and England. A spin bowler, he bowls left-arm orthodox spin, and bats left-handed. He made his first-class debut for Cardiff MCC University against Somerset in 2012 before making his debut for Somerset in the tour match against the South Africans later in the summer.

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England: Dawid Malan, Ollie Robinson & Jack Leach awarded ECB central contracts

Dawid Malan, Ollie Robinson and Jack Leach are awarded England central contracts for the first time, but Dom Sibley loses his.
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England v India: Jos Buttler & Jack Leach return for fifth Test

Wicketkeeper Jos Buttler and spinner Jack Leach feature in a 16-man England squad for the fifth Test against India starting on Friday.
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India v England: Jack Leach says media discuss pitches more than players

England's Jack Leach agrees with India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin's comments that "we need to get over" the debate over pitches.
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England v India: Spin bowling coach Jeetan Patel defends spinners as India dominate

England's spin bowling consultant Jeetan Patel says Moeen Ali and Jack Leach "put in a hell of an effort" as India eye victory in the second Test.
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England in India: James Anderson and Jack Leach complete famous win in Chennai

James Anderson inspires England to a famous 227-run victory against India on the final day of the first Test in Chennai.
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England in Sri Lanka: Jack Leach says his struggles propel him onto highs after five-wicket haul

Jack Leach says he uses his health struggles to "propel me on to the highs", after his 5-122 put England on the verge of beating Sri Lanka.
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Sri Lanka v England: Tourists wobble chasing 74 after Jack Leach takes 5-122

England need 36 runs on the final day to win the first Test against Sri Lanka despite losing three wickets in a chaotic end to the fourth day in Galle.
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