Josh Bohannon was named Lancashire's Breakthrough Player of the Year in 2018 after a string of impressive performances towards the back end of last year's campaign.
Bohannon calls the Farnworth Social Circle club (Bolton League) home, although he has gone on to play in the Liverpool Competition for Southport and now Ormskirk.
He played junior cricket alongside Haseeb Hameed at Social Circle.
The Boltonian, who can bat up the order, bowls seamers.
He came through Lancashire’s Academy and signed Scholarship terms ahead of the 2017 campaign.
Having played for a Tom Maynard Trust side in La Manga, scoring a T20 century, he travelled with the Red Rose to Dubai for their pre-season tour and opened the batting in a two-day match against Yorkshire.
Bohannon made his first class debut in 2018 against Surrey at the Kia Oval and went on to perform strongly in the last few fixtures of the season. He hit an unbeaten half century at Southport as Lancashire beat Worcestershire on the final day in the Specsavers County Championship.
He debuted for the Red Rose Second XI in 2014 and was part of the side which won the one-day Trophy against Somerset at Taunton two years later.
In 2017, he helped the county’s seconds reach T20 Finals Day and win the Championship.
In the latter competition, he contributed 471 runs with five fifties, including 63 and a best of 99 not out in a win over Worcestershire.
He has undertaken 12th man duties for England’s Test team at Emirates Old Trafford.
Bohannon first pulled on a Lancashire shirt at Under 13s level in 2010 and has since represented the Under 14s, 15s and 17s.
In 2014, he helped the Under 17s win the one-day and Championship double alongside Hameed and fellow Boltonian’s Matt and Callum Parkinson.
He warmed up for the 2018 by playing Sydney grade cricket over the winter for the Randwick Petersham club, whom he has captained in 20-over cricket.
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