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Tom Fell

Worcestershire’s batter has already had quite a career and indeed life, both of which were put on pause in 2015 when Tom was diagnosed with testicular cancer. The 28-year old had to undergo surgery and chemotherapy as part of his treatment but was able to return to the game fully recovered. His first post-cancer hundred, against Lancashire in the Royal London Cup, was met with the warmest acclaim. 

Fell has always been a fighter at the crease too. 

In 2013, in just his second first-class match for Worcestershire, he made 62* against Australia and in his third, 94* against Kent. His maiden First-Class century came in 2014, 124 against Leicestershire. Shortly before his illness, a 21-year old Tom made three centuries for Worcestershire in Division One and passed the 1,000 run mark for a Championship season. He was the youngest player in the top-flight to do so. 

In August 2020, Tom returned to his impressive form, scoring his first red-ball century for five years against Northamptonshire in the Bob Willis Trophy at Wantage Road. 

Follow Tom on Twitter @tomfell_29 and on Instagram @tomfell17