Gloucestershire all-rounder Tom Price had a day to remember in their recent fixture with Worcestershire. He became only the 15th player in the history of first-class cricket to score a hundred and take a hatrick on the same day!
Scoring 109 off 98 balls with his F100 blade, Tom helped his side recover from 45 for 7. His fluid innings included four massive strikes that cleared the ropes. He was not finished for the day just yet, as he joined forces with fellow #mandhfamily member James Bracey. All three of his wickets were caught behind by James as he claimed the scalps of Azhar Ali, Jack Haynes and Brett D'Oliveira in consecutive deliveries. Speaking of the feat Tom said:
"It was certainly was a pretty surreal day - although it would of been even sweeter if we'd come away with a win at the end of the four days. I am really grateful to the legends at M&H for giving me some great sticks and also to Bracey for catching them, definitely owe him a beer for that one handed screamer!"