BBC UK – He has claimed 29 wickets in eight Championship matches in his first full season in the first team in Cardiff.


  • “I know he’s on the radar with the ECB [England development] programmes, so that’s encouraging from his perspective and ours,” said Croft.
  • Glamorgan batsman Aneurin Donald and spinner Andrew Salter have already had winters in Australia funded by the ECB.
  • “That’s as well as I’ve seen Lukas bowl this season, because he bowled well throughout both spells,” said former England spinner Croft.
  • “Normally with young bowlers you see a good spell then potentially an indifferent one, but the encouraging sign was that he bowled two good spells, got a lot out of the wicket and moved the ball in the air, so he was unlucky not to come away with a five-wicket haul.
  • Glamorgan captain and fellow seam bowler Michael Hogan was also pleased with his young team-mate.

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