Brydon Carse extends his stay at Durham
Carse will look to continue impressing for Durham (PC: Twitter)
Right-arm seamer Brydon Carse has re-signed with Durham County Cricket Club on a three-year deal.
The club on Tuesday (August 23) confirmed the development on their official website. Carse will remain at the Emirates Riverside until the end of the 2025 campaign.
The 27-year-old fast bowler made his First-Class debut for Durham in 2016 and has gone on to feature 85 times across all formats since then.
Carse has represented England in nine one-day internationals, claiming 12 wickets after making his debut in 2021.
He has also bagged 97 wickets in the red-ball format, including a career-best 6/26 against Middlesex, while also registering 867 First-Class runs with two half centuries to his name and a best off 77*.
On his contract extension, Carse said it was an easy decision for him to commit his future to the club.
"At this stage of my career committing to Durham is an easy and exciting decision for me. Durham has nurtured me along the way and allowed me to excel into the cricketer I am today. They have provided me with support on and off the field over the last eight years. I want to continue pursuing my international ambitions while representing Durham and the north east."
Durham director of cricket Marcus North shared his delight as well.
"I'm extremely pleased Brydon (Carse) has committed a further three years. His progression during the past few seasons for Durham has been exciting, resulting in England recognition. We look forward in continuing to nurture Brydon's skills over the next few years and watching his career flourish for Durham and England.”
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