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Matthew Jack Leach is an English cricketer who plays for Somerset County Cricket Club and England. A spin bowler, he bowls left-arm orthodox spin, and bats left-handed. He made his first-class debut for Cardiff MCC University against Somerset in 2012 before making his debut for Somerset in the tour match against the South Africans later in the summer.
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England v West Indies: Dom Bess in squad, Jack Leach misses outEngland name Dom Bess as their spinner in a 13-man squad for the first Test against West Indies.
South Africa v England: Jack Leach to return home with illnessJack Leach will return home from England's tour of South Africa after the left-arm spinner's struggles with illness.
England bowlers continue recovery and acclimatise to rising SA temperaturesJofra Archer, Stuart Broad and Jack Leach all take part in a nets session on Monday in preparation for England's opening Test.
South Africa v England: Archer, Broad & Leach continue recovery before Boxing Day TestJofra Archer, Stuart Broad and Jack Leach all take part in a nets session on Monday in preparation for England's opening Test.
Archer, Broad and Leach to decide on own fitness, says RootEngland will trust Jofra Archer, Stuart Broad and Jack Leach to decide if they are fit to play the first Test against South Africa after illness.
Jack Leach: England spinner available for Somerset's County Championship deciderEngland spinner Jack Leach is available to play in Somerset's County Championship decider against Essex, starting on Monday.
Ashes: England's Jack Leach dismissed as Australia set 399 to win final Test at The OvalEngland's Jack Leach is the last man to fall as the hosts set Australia 399 to win the final Test and the series at The Oval.
Ashes: England's Jack Leach cleans glasses after 'brutal' delivery from Australia's Pat CumminsEngland's Jack Leach fends off a "brutal" delivery from Australia's Pat Cummins before cleaning his glasses as the hosts battle to save the Ashes at Old Trafford.
Ashes: Steve Smith reprieved after Jack Leach no-ballAustralia's key man Steve Smith edges to Ben Stokes at slip on 118 but is given a reprieve when replays show that the delivery from Jack Leach is a front-foot no-ball.
Ashes: Joe Root takes catch as Matthew Wade holes out off Jack Leach bowlingAustralia's Matthew Wade plays an ill-judged shot to a Jack Leach delivery and is caught at mid-on by Joe Root on day two of the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
Ashes: Australia's Nathan Lyon fluffs run-out chance v England at HeadingleyAustralia spinner Nathan Lyon fluffs the chance to run out England's Jack Leach to wrap up a one-run victory and secure the Ashes for the tourists.
Ashes: Jack Leach strikes with his first ball to remove Marcus HarrisJack Leach produces a sublime delivery with his first ball to remove Marcus Harris in England's third Test against Australia at Headingley.
Ashes 2019: England spinner Jack Leach on playing for his local club after Ireland TestEngland spinner Jack Leach explains why he returned to play for his local club in Taunton after making 92 against Ireland.
Ashes 2019: England drop Moeen Ali, Jack Leach recalled for second TestEngland drop Moeen Ali and replace him in the squad with slow left-armer Jack Leach for the second Ashes Test against Australia.
'Dad didn't come because it was too hot' - Leach 'can't believe' his nightwatchman inningsJack Leach says he could not believe he had made 92 for England on the second day of the Test against Ireland at Lord's.
England collapse after second-wicket 145 stand v Ireland at Lord'sAn England batting collapse gives Ireland the upper hand despite nightwatchman Jack Leach's second-wicket stand of 145 with Jason Roy on day two at Lord's.
England v Ireland: Jack Leach makes 92 before hosts collapse in Lord's TestEngland's Test against Ireland hangs in the balance despite nightwatchman Jack Leach making 92 at Lord's.
England collapse again after nightwatchman Leach makes 92England's Test against Ireland hangs in the balance despite nightwatchman Jack Leach making 92 at Lord's.