Ollie Robinson pens three-year deal with Durham

image-l8ebi8g1Ollie Robinson [PC: Twitter]

Durham County Cricket Club (DCCC) has been on a signing spree lately. Today they announced the signing of wicket-keeper Oliver George Robinson, who comes over from Kent County Cricket Club (KCCC) on a three-year deal starting next season.

Robinson made his debut for Kent in 2017 and has featured in a total of 105 matches for the club, amassing 2,153 First-Class, 821 List-A, and 469 T20 runs, respectively.

The 23-year-old was instrumental in Kent's 2021 T20 Blast winning campaign, apart from being the club's highest individual List A scorer with 206*.

Thrilled to join Durham: Robinson

"I am thrilled to be joining Durham Cricket from next season and beyond. Having been a part of the group during my loan stint I know how much quality the squad possesses, and I feel there are some exciting times ahead, hopefully I can make some major contributions and help Durham win some trophies."

One of the most skilful and talented keeper-batter in England: Marcus North, Director of Cricket​

"We’re extremely delighted that Ollie has chosen to join Durham and we have been able to secure the signature of one of the most talented and skilful wicketkeeper-batters in England,"

Robinson has played three Youth Tests for England Under-19, scoring 44 runs. 

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