Big-hitting Proteas batsman David Miller has signed on for a six-match stint with Glamorgan in the Natwest T20 Blast.
Miller joins compatriot Jaques Rudolph as the second overseas player for the tournament and will play alongside former Proteas teammate Colin Ingram.
If everything goes to plan Miller will play his first match for Glamorgan on Sunday June 23 against the Essex Eagles in Cardiff.
Miller is a seasoned campaigner in T20 Cricket having played 227 T20 matches for The Dolphins and Knights in South Africa, the Kings XI Punjab in the IPL and the St Lucia Zouks (now the Stars) in the Caribbean Premier League.
Included in that number are 52 T20Is for South Africa.
In all T20s Miller has scored nearly 5000 runs at an average over 34 with a strike rate of 136.
Glamorgan chief executive and director of cricket Hugh Morris said: “We are delighted to sign David. He is a fine batsman, with a wealth of experience in T20 cricket.
“He is a match-winner and a finisher, proven to be one of the most destructive batsman in the game at both domestic and international level.
“Hopefully his signing will add depth to our batting and boost our prospects of replicating last season’s form when we secured a home quarter-final in the knock-out stages.”
Glamorgan have made a decent start to their campaign winning two of the four matches they have played so far.
The England vice-captain helped drag the hosts back into the first Test.
Chris Woakes Stuart Broad and Ben Stokes help out as the tourists struggle second time around.
The tourists are in a strong position in Manchester.
Tourists on top at Old Trafford.
Pope’s innings was a shining light.
Jones believes a keen understanding of the country’s culture and traditions is key.
Because who doesn’t love a touch of Australian solidarity?
“I will expose a lot of people, but not all of them.”
England lost their first four wickets in less than 20 overs against Pakistan.