Lewis proud of his Somerset Cap.
Lewis Gregory was presented with his Somerset cap during the final match of the season against Warwickshire at the County Ground.
The 23 year old, who made his first team debut in 2010 after graduating through the Somerset Academy, played in 12 LV= County Championship matches in 2015 in which he scored 242 runs with a best of 32. He also claimed 38 wickets, the second highest for the county, at an average of 34.58 with a best of six for 101.
Lewis also played in five Royal London One-Day Cup games in which he averaged 17.75 with the bat and took nine wickets at 22.56. He also took part in eight NatWest T20 Blast matches when he averaged 16.25 batting wise and took four wickets.
Talking about being awarded with his Somerset cap by Club Captain Marcus Trescothick the all rounder said: “It was a really exciting moment and a great honour for me to be presented with my county cap by Marcus.
“It makes you realise just how special it is to be capped when you look down at the list of some of the guys who have been awarded with theirs in the past and what they have achieved for the Club.
“It is one of the proudest moments in my career so far and one that I will cherish for the rest of it.
Lewis added: “I must admit that it came as a complete surprise to me because we went into a team huddle before going out for the session and then suddenly it was announced that I was going to be presented with my cap, so it was a real shock. I am immensely proud and honoured to have been given my cap.”