Jack Morley, a left arm spin bowler, made a magical debut for Lancashire against Derbyshire in the final Bob Willis Trophy match of 2020.
Bowling in tandem with good mate and fellow left-arm twirler Tom Hartley, Morley 4/62 to help bowl the visitors out on the final day at Liverpool CC.
Operating largely unchanged from the Riversdale Road End, the 19-year-old bowled 30 overs while adding to the key first innings wicket of Harvey Hosein.
Morley progressed through the Club's pathway system, signed a one-year professional contract ahead of the 2019 season.
After playing his club cricket with Heywood Cricket Club, he joined the Lancashire Cricket Academy in 2018 and has also represented the North at National Super 4’s level.
That same summer, Morley played regularly for the Second XI and earned a place on the England Young Lions tour to India and Bangladesh that winter - making his debut during the Test series.
In 2021, Morley finished the Royal London Cup with nine wickets taken at an average of 22 and an economy of just 4 and signed a contract extension to remain at Emirates Old Trafford until at least 2024.