QUALITY SIGNING by Cricbuzz Staff • Published on Share Tweet “I have really fond memories of my time in the county game back in 2018 and look forward to getting back over to the UK,” Ferguson said. © Getty New Zealand paceman Lockie Ferguson has signed up to play for Yorkshire as an overseas player in the T20 Blast 2021 season. Ferguson, who is currently recovering from a back problem that has kept him out of action since November, will be available for all of Yorkshire’s North Group matches for the upcoming summer, “subject to any international involvement,” according to the Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Considered among the quickest bowlers in the world, Ferguson is set to join Yorkshire following his stint with Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. Ferguson had previously represented Derbyshire in the County season and T20 Blast of 2018, picking up 16 wickets in the 13 T20 matches he played, with an economy of 6.64. “I’m really excited to have signed for Yorkshire for the upcoming T20 Blast. I have really fond memories of my time in the county game back in 2018 and look forward to getting back over to the UK. It’s a big… Read full this story
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