Brandon Glover signs a two-year deal with Durham 

image-ldlaza7yBrandon Glover celebrating with his teammates [Source: AP]

Netherlands pacer Brandon Glover has signed a two-year deal with Durham County Cricket Club.

In 10 First-Class matches, the 25-year-old has picked 24 wickets, while in 16 List-A games, he has 14 scalps. He also played for the Hundred franchise Oval Invincibles in the inaugural edition. 

Here's what Glover said

"I'm extremely excited to be joining Durham. It presents a new opportunity in a team filled with tremendous players who I can't wait to rub shoulders with. I look forward to not only competing on the field but learning off of it."

Marcus North, who is the Director of Cricket at Durham, welcomed Glover into the squad.

"This is an important part of our recruitment leading into the season. Brandon is an exciting cricketer who bowls genuine pace that will not only complement our bowling stocks but add needed depth."

Being a hit-the-deck bowler who can make the new ball talk, Glover earned appreciation from all corners of the world during the T20 World Cup. 

The right-arm bowler has picked eight ODI and 27 T20I wickets for the Netherlands since 2019. He is currently playing in the International League T20 for the Abu Dhabi Knight Riders in the UAE. 

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