Surrey ropes in Colin de Grandhomme as replacement for injured Kemar Roach

Colin de Grandhomme will be playing for Surrey. Image : AFP

Colin de Grandhomme will be playing for Surrey. Image : AFP

Colin de Grandhomme has been roped in as a short-term replacement for injured Kemar Roch by Surrey.

Bug was expected to spend the initial two months of the time with Surrey yet harmed his hamstring during their innings win against Hampshire, the second round of his second stretch with the club.

Alec Stewart, Surrey’s head of cricket, spent quite a bit of last week’s success against Somerset settling on telephone decisions to attempt to sort a substitution in time for their next Championship apparatus against Gloucestershire in Bristol on Thursday.

His pursuit has demonstrated productive, with de Grandhomme because of play their next three Championship games on a transient arrangement. Surrey will be his third province, following past spells with Warwickshire and Hampshire.

“Following the injury to Kemar we are satisfied to have gotten Colin’s administrations for the following three four-day games,” Stewart said. “He as of now has great experience of the district game and will add to the quality and equilibrium of the group.”

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Surrey will likewise be reinforced by the appearance of Dan Worrall, the Australian seamer who has marked a three-year bargain as a nearby player because of his British identification.

Worrall’s appearance in the UK was postponed for family reasons, yet he landed last week and was seen at The Oval during the Somerset installation. He is set to make his presentation against Gloucestershire, his previous region.

Surrey are the early speed setters in Division One and the expansion of two new players to their crew will give an ideal lift. James Taylor, the youthful seamer, didn’t bowl in the second innings against Somerset because of a back fit, while Sam Curran’s responsibility is being overseen cautiously by the ECB as he gets back to wellness following a pressure crack which governed him out of England’s colder time of year.

Curran was permitted to bowl 15 overs across the Somerset apparatus (10 in the primary innings and five in the second), however went unused in the second after he batted for almost three hours. “We would have rather not taken any risks since he buckled down all through the colder time of year after his physical issue and we need to follow the guidelines,” Azhar Mahmood, Surrey’s associate mentor, made sense of.

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