Hampshire have declared the marking of Nathan Ellis, the Australia quick bowler, as one of their abroad players during the current year’s Vitality Blast.
Ellis, 26, has been covered two times in ODIs and two times in T20Is, and took a full go-around on worldwide presentation against Bangladesh last year. He is at present associated with Australia on their visit through Pakistan and is set to partake in the impending IPL with Kings XI Punjab.
He will join individual Australian Ben McDermott in Hampshire’s crew for the Blast. “We are energized that Nathan is going along with us for this late spring’s Vitality Blast,” Hampshire’s head of cricket, Giles White, said. “He comes to us with a developing standing as a demise bowler and we anticipate seeing him in the Hawks yellow in May.”
Ellis has taken 50 T20 wickets in 44 coordinates with an economy of 8.06. He prepared for action with his exhibitions in the Big Bash League for Hobart Hurricanes, winning his first Australia call-up for the voyages through the Caribbean and Bangladesh.
The right-arm seamer in this way won an IPL contract for the last part of the 2021 competition, and was additionally a voyaging hold for Australia’s successful T20 World Cup crusade.
“I’m eager to play in this late spring’s Vitality Blast and for a group with the rich history of the Hawks,” Ellis said. “I have heard incredible things about the Ageas Bowl and the Hawks fans and am anticipating an essential summer in Hampshire.”