Lancashire have marked Tim David as one of their abroad players for the Vitality T20 Blast.
David, who has played T20Is for Singapore but at the same time is qualified to address Australia, has partaken in a surprising ascent throughout the last year. A strong hitter, he intrigued for Lahore Qalanders in the 2021 PSL, joined Surrey and afterward Southern Brave through an excursion to play club cricket in the Netherlands, before spells in the CPL and the IPL.
He is presently including in the PSL for defending champs Multan Sultans, for whom he has made scores of 71 from 29 balls and 51 off 19 in the primary fortnight of the current year’s opposition.
“Tim fits the profile of player which we have been hoping to bring into our T20 crew and his expansion will give us more power in the center request,” Lancashire’s lead trainer, Glen Chapple, said. “His amazing T20 record – both at worldwide level and in different associations all over the planet – represents itself with no issue and we are truly anticipating him going along with us in May.”
David, whose profession strike rate in T20 is 158.52, has additionally highlighted in the Big Bash for Perth Scorchers and Hobart Hurricanes.
He was endorsed on a transient agreement by Surrey the previous summer, after the club encountered a physical issue emergency during the last option phases of the Blast, and proceeded to include in the Royal London Cup, scoring two hundreds and averaging 68.00. David then, at that point, got together with Southern Brave as a physical issue substitution, playing in the last as they won the debut men’s Hundred.
“I’m truly invigorated that this open door has come to fruition, and I can hardly wait to get together with the remainder of the Lancashire Lightning crew for the beginning of the Vitality Blast in May,” David said. “There is a particularly solid crew at Emirates Old Trafford and ideally I can contribute with the bat and the ball to assist the group with going admirably this late spring.
“I completely partook in my concise spell with Surrey and the Brave in England last year and I am anticipating expanding on that involvement in the Red Rose.”
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