Dom etched his name into the record books with 242, being the highest maiden century for Surrey and the second-youngest double century by an Englishman in first-class cricket, only WG Grace being younger.
A regular in Surrey’s first XI during 2017 and tipped for higher honors, he has revealed a more expansive game in T20 and adds additional value with useful leg breaks.
In August 2017 after turning down a 3 year contract with Surrey CCC, he joined Warwickshire CCC immediately on loan, ahead of a 3 year deal, taking him to the end of 2020.
A run of 3 first class hundreds in three matches to finish the county championship season in 2018, turned into 4 in 4, as he scored 128 for the MCC in March 2019, versus last years County champions Surrey, in the annual season curtain raising fixture.
He subsequently turned it into 6 in 6 matches with back to back hundreds v Kent and Hampshire and joined an impressive list of just 11 people who have achieved this feat including Brain Lara, Don Bradman, Jacques Kallis and Dennis Compton.
In July 2019 he made his debut for England Lions versus Australia A scoring 74 and 30 and after scoring more runs in first class runs (1,324) than anyone that summer, he was selected for England’s Test tour to New Zealand.
On November 21st 2019, he made his full England debut at The Bay Oval, Tauranga. Since his debut in New Zealand, Dom has cemented himself into the England top order alongside Rory Burns. He has scored 2 hundreds and 2 50s already including in the bio-secure wins against West Indies and Pakistan in 2020.
Dom will also play for the Birmingham Phoenix in the first edition of the 2021 Hundred, at his home ground of Edgbaston.
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