Luke Fletcher extends Nottinghamshire contract to 2024

The 32-year-old is rewarded for an impressive start to the new County Championship season


Luke Fletcher inspires Nottinghamshire to victory over Worcestershire

Nottinghamshire have confirmed seamer Luke Fletcher has signed a new three-year contract to remain at Trent Bridge until 2024.

The 32-year-old, who debuted for Notts in 2008, has enjoyed a spectacular start to the new  LV=Insurance County Championship season.

Fletcher has taken 36 wickets at 13.22, with Peter Moores' side currently second in Group One with a game in hand.

"To have cemented another three years to be here at Trent Bridge is amazing for me and my family. I have never really pictured myself playing anywhere else," said Fletcher, who has had loan spells at Surrey and Derbyshire in 2015 and 2016.

“Due to injury and the pandemic, I had a year off four-day cricket last season, and I think my body enjoyed that. Mentally, too, I came back really excited to get involved and I felt like I had a point to prove.

“I’ve worked on a few things in the winter with Kevin Shine which has had an impact, and this year has been the best start to a season I have ever had, so hopefully it can continue."




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