Tom Smith has extended his contract with Gloucestershire Cricket by two years, a deal which will see him remain at the Club until the end of the 2021 season.
Smith played a key role in Gloucestershire’s 2019 season, featuring regularly in all formats and was a vital player in the squad that secured promotion to Division One of the Specsavers County Championship for the first timesince 2004.
Smith finished the County Championship campaign with an impressive average of 32.62, and a high score of 83.
The bowling all-rounder also recorded best bowling figures of 3/7 against Surrey at The Bristol County Ground.
Smith said, “It is an honour to have been given a contract extension at this fantastic club.
“With our promotion to Division One and another strong white ball campaign, it is a really exciting time for this group of players.
“I can’t wait to contribute to the next two seasons.
“It has been a very tough couple of years off the field for me personally, and I can’t thank Gloucestershire CCC enough for all the support they have given me and my family.”
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