Date of birth – 3 January 1993 Plymouth, Devon

Nottinghamshire First Class Debut – 15 September 2014 v Sussex (Trent Bridge)

Jake Libby has been a regular member of Nottinghamshire’s first team squad for the past five years and has completed 50 First-Class appearances for the county.

He made a spectacular start to life in the county first team, hitting 108 on debut in 2014, making the then 21-year old the first Nottinghamshire player since 1946 to score a debut century in a championship match.

A product of Callington Cricket Club of the Cornwall Premier League, Libby's first-class debut came for Cardiff MCCU in April 2014 having already gained experience in Minor Counties cricket with his native county.

He sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury whilst playing in Tasmania and missed the entire 2015 campaign but bounced back in style, registering a career best knock of 144 against Durham at Chester-le-Street a year later.

Having developed his white ball skills under Head Coach Peter Moores, Libby is now a regular member of the Outlaws one-day and T20 sides also.