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Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce that young wicket-keeper batsman, Jack Davies, has signed an extension to his contract with the Club until at least the end of 2023.

Davies, 22, came through the Berkshire development programme before joining the Middlesex Academy as part of Middlesex’s long-standing partnership with the National County.

He made his Second Eleven debut for the Club as a seventeen-year-old, in 2017, in a season which saw him debut in all three formats of Two’s cricket. He has made 63 Second Eleven appearances for the Club in total to date and played in Middlesex’s Second Eleven Trophy winning side in 2018.

In 2020 he made both his First-Class and T20 debuts for the Club, with his List-A debut coming last summer against Essex, when he hit what is still a List-A career high score with an innings of 70. In all he has made 20 First Eleven appearances for the Club to date.

The fluent left-handed bat has gone a long way to securing himself a regular spot in Middlesex’s Vitality Blast side this summer, playing in seven of the Club’s South Group matches to date and only missing out on selection in three games this year.

Speaking of Davies signing an extension with the Club, Head of Men’s Performance Cricket, Alan Coleman, commented:

“We are thrilled that Jack has put pen to paper on a contract extension with the Club and are really looking forward to him playing an important role in the side we are developing here at Middlesex.

“He is an outstanding talent, a very popular lad within the dressing room, and has all the credentials he needs to become a fine professional cricketer.

“Jack is still only 22 and is learning his trade, but with exposure to game-time he will build his experience and we are excited to watch how his game develops over the next couple of years.”

Jack Davies himself commented:

“I am really excited to have signed a new deal with Middlesex and am loving being at the Club.

“We’ve got a great group of players in the dressing room, with a great mix of experience and youth, and I’m really enjoying playing with this current group of lads and playing in an environment that we are all thriving in.

“We’re united as a dressing room and are all committed to bringing the success back to Middlesex that the Club’s members and supporters deserve.

“My thanks go to everyone at the Club for the support they’ve given me, and I am really excited about where my cricket is heading.”

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