A legspinner who gives it plenty of rip, only Bryony Smith and Alice Capsey took more wickets for South East Stars in their Charlotte Edwards Cup-winning side than Dani Gregory, who also enjoyed a decent campaign in the regional 50-over competition.
A Level 2 coach as well, Gregory developed her cricket at Rowledge CC, starting out at the club aged 10.
By the age of 13 she'd entered the Surrey setup and made her senior debut in 2018.
It didn't take long for her to find her feet, with the wrist-spinner claiming an extraordinary 4 for 7 against Kent in only her third appearance for the county.
Perhaps her best performance in a Surrey shirt came in 2020, with Gregory taking 1 for 21 from four overs in a superb spell of bowling as the county won their first London Cup against Middlesex.
In th same year, she was superb for the South East Stars in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy, taking five wickets in two matches at an average of 14.8 with a miserly economy rate of 3.7.
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