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  Steve Davies extends his contract with Somerset  

SOMERSET wicket-keeper Steve Davies has agreed terms on a contract extension which will see him remain in the West Country until at least the end of the 2022 season.

The 34-year-old wicketkeeper batsman developed his skills as a youngster at Victoria Carpets CC in Kidderminster beforee going onto play for SWorcestershire and then Surrey.

He first arrived at Somerset on a three-year deal from Surrey in time for the 2017 campaign. Since then he has cemented his place in the team, scoring over 3300 runs and being involved in nearly 200 dismissals for the Club.

The left hander, who has featured in eight ODIs and five IT20s for England, was awarded his Somerset County Cap in 2017.

After putting pen to paper, Steve said: “My time at Somerset so far has been extremely special and I’m really pleased to have extended my stay. The last few years have shown that we could really be on the threshold of something very special and I can’t wait to play a part in that.

“We have a great squad of players and everyone is pushing to get better every day. The atmosphere in the camp is outstanding and hopefully we can push on to even bigger things in the next few years.”

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