English cricketer Dan Lawrence, who was born on July 12, 1997, competes internationally for the England Test cricket team. He competes for Essex in domestic cricket. In 2021, Lawrence played his first Test. He bats right-handed in the middle of the order and occasionally bowls off-breaks. Lawrence’s father works as a groundsman at Chingford Cricket Club, where he played cricket as a youngster.  When he was a young cricket player, he employed numerous batting strategies.

Dan Lawrence
Dan Lawrence

In April 2015, Lawrence made his Essex first-class debut against Kent. Lawrence struck a century against Surrey at the age of 17 years and 290 days, making him the third-youngest batsman to record a century in the County Championship. This was only his second first-class outing. Lawrence’s batting was crucial to Essex’s success in 2017 when they won the Championship in their first season back in the higher tier after being promoted to the County Championship First tier. was selected as the Cricket Writers’ Club Young Cricketer of the Year in 2017 and made his England Lions debut.

Player Profile:

Player NameDan Lawrence
Born12 July 1997
TeamEssex
RoleMiddle order Batter
NationalityEngland
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Two weeks later, Lawrence continued his stellar play for the Lions with an outstanding 190 runs and three wickets in a four-day tour match against the same opposition. Following the COVID-19 pandemic, Lawrence was named to a 55-player team that started practicing on May 29 in preparation for international matches that would commence in England. 

Dan Lawrence
Dan Lawrence

Lawrence was a member of England’s 30-man team that began private preparation for the Test series against the West Indies on June 17, 2020.

For the series’ opening Test on July 4, 2020, Lawrence was chosen as one of the nine backup players. On August 10, 2020, Lawrence’s mother passed away, forcing him to leave the bio-secure bubble in England.

After the last group on the tour was compelled to leave because COVID-19 test results were positive, Lawrence was added to England’s ODI team for their series against Pakistan in July 2021.

He was a member of England’s test teams for the November 2021 Ashes series against Australia, which England ultimately lost 4-0. Despite this, he sat out all of the series’ games.