Gloucestershire sign Aussie international Dan Worrall
Gloucestershire Cricket have announced the signing of right-arm fast bowler and Australia International Dan Worrall.
Worrall, who recently played for the Melbourne Stars in the Australian Big Bash League, is available to play for Gloucestershire in the County Championship and Royal London One-Day Cup.
The 26-year-old will join Gloucestershire at the start of the season and will be with the team until 2nd July 2018.
Worrall made his International debut for Australia against Ireland on 27 September 2016 in South Africa and has featured in a further two One-Day Internationals for Australia.
Dan Worrall said: “It has been a long held ambition of mine to play County Cricket and I am grateful to Gloucestershire for providing me with a chance to do that. I have heard only positive things about the potential of the squad being developed at Bristol and look forward to contributing to a successful 2018.
“I believe that I will be suited to bowling well in English conditions and I can’t wait to get started.”
Gloucestershire Cricket, Head Coach, Richard Dawson added: “It’s great to have Dan joining us for the first part of the season. I’ve had some really positive feedback regarding his bowling, which should suit English conditions.
“He bowls a full length with decent pace and has good one day skills. He will add depth and experience to our bowling attack for the start of the season. We’re all looking forward to having him here in Bristol.”
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