Published: 15th September, 2020
Surrey’s Will Jacks now believes he is finding the rhythm required to be a consistent match winner in T20 cricket with both bat and ball.
Jacks was speaking after a century opening stand with Hashim Amla that did most of the damage in the 30 run victory over Middlesex at Lord’s – a win that takes Surrey to the top of the South Group with three games remaining.
Click on the below video to hear what he had to say.
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Will Jacks said: “We are really happy. We knew a win today could take us top, so it was an important game with having a couple of teams on our tail.
“I’m always more than happy to watch Hashim bat all day. He got me into the partnership where I didn’t have to take too many risks too early.
Once we got going we talked about it being a really good pitch and therefore needing a good score.
“I’ve been up and down in T20 over the years, but I feel I’m getting into a bit of a rhythm and developing an understanding of what I need to do to be more consistent.”