Luke Fletcher has scooped Nottinghamshire’s Player of the Season award after a career-best season for his home county.
Fletcher picked up a league-leading 66 First-Class wickets at an average of 14.09, as well as claiming 13 dismissals in the Vitality Blast and six scalps in the Royal London Cup.
The 33-year-old spearheaded a potent LV= Insurance County Championship attack which earned 41 bowling points through the summer, bettered only by two sides, with Dane Paterson, in his first season with Nottinghamshire, taking 54 Championship wickets.
Fletcher’s performances in the County Championship saw him recognised as the PCA’s LV= Insurance County Championship Player of the Year, earned via the PCA’s MVP points ranking, and secured a spot in the PCA's overall domestic Team of the Season.
In his 13th Nottinghamshire season, Fletcher also twice recorded career-best figures with the red-ball with his 6-24 against defending champions Essex soon being surpassed by his 7-37 against Worcestershire.
He led Nottinghamshire to a third-placed finish in Division One and a quarter-final berth in the shortest format, before his white-ball performances were rewarded with an opportunity in The Hundred for Welsh Fire.
The accolade means Fletcher has been named Nottinghamshire's Player of the Season twice in the last three summers, having also claimed the club's highest end-of-season honour in 2019.
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