Danny Lamb signed his maiden professional contract with Lancashire ahead of the 2017 season and made his first-team debut in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
Since then, he has been a regular member of the First XI squads and continues to push
The Preston-born all-rounder has impressed for the Lancashire seconds having come through the club’s Academy and Scholarship programmes.
Right-handed Lamb is the brother of Lancashire and England women’s player Emma. He is a middle to lower order batsman and a seam bowler.
Lamb also played Minor Counties cricket for Cheshire and has played league cricket for the likes of Leyland, Chorley and Bramhall.
He has played age-group cricket for the Red Rose county at Under 13s, 14s, 15s, 17s and 19s level, starting back in 2009.
Lamb debuted for Lancashire’s Academy side in 2012 as a batsman and for the second team the year after at the age of 17.
He was named in the County Championship squad for the defeat against Surrey at the Oval in August 2016.
Lamb impressed in Lancashire's pre-season tour, taking three wickets in the Emirates T20 Cup, before making his List A debut against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge in an RL50 defeat. He took two wickets.
A 12th man for England, he went on to play in a win at Durham, taking another two wickets, before making his only NatWest T20 Blast appearance in defeat against Leicestershire at Liverpool. Coming into the 2020 season, he had played in 11 T20 fixtures for the Red Rose.
That was his most productive performance as he returned 22 with the bat late in the innings before returning 3-30 with the ball.
Although he would have hoped to play more, the Chorley-schooled all-rounder showed enough to suggest he will be a hit at this level in years to come.