Josh first represented the Worcestershire U10 side when he was aged just six and progressed through every stage of the club’s youth system.
In 2017, aged 19, Josh made his first class debut and established himself as one of the outstanding fast bowling prospects in English cricket. He played a huge role in Worcestershire’s promotion in the Championship and went onto make his England U19 Test debut and won a place in the England Lions squad to Australia.
Josh has had several injuries since then but, in-between rehab stints, continues to impress with his natural ability. Josh, deservedly, is included in the Men’s Ashes squad that take on Australia this summer.
Josh comes from a tight knit cricket loving family. His dad played when he was younger, his brother captains Josh’s club side and his mum has been his main cheerleader throughout his career since he began playing under 10’s county cricket.
In his down time Josh enjoys spending time gaming as a means of escapism and connecting with his friends online.