Dom Goodman joined Gloucestershire’s Pathway Programme in 2017 attending Clifton College while continuing his cricketing development in the Shire’s youth setup.

A debut came four years later at Taunton when Gloucestershire faced Somerset in the County Championship. One wicket in the first innings was followed by two in the second as Goodman helped steer Glos to an impressive eight-wicket win over their West Country rivals.

A resolute batting display came one match later when a resolute 106-ball last-wicket stand between Goodman and Josh Shaw earned Glos a battling draw against Hampshire.

In his first two professional appearances, Goodman showed maturity with bat and ball.

Ashford-born Goodman has gone on to make five First-class appearances and two List A appearances, taking six wickets in the red-ball format.

A talented academic in addition to his cricketing prowess Goodman completed a degree in International Relations at Exeter University and was nominated for the Academic Progression Award at the 2022 PCA Futures Awards.

A trip to play club cricket in South Africa before a successful pre-season for Gloucestershire sets Goodman up to push for a regular first team spot in 2023.

Dominic Goodman

Right hand bat | Right fast-medium
Age: 24
Born: Ashford, Kent
Squad number: 83
Player sponsor: EposIT Solutions