Aussie ace David Hussey is coming back to Nottinghamshire
AUSTRALIAN batsman David Hussey is heading back to Trent Bridge after agreeing to an eighth stint with Nottinghamshire.
The 35-year-old will add significant firepower to the Outlaws’ attack and captain the side from June in the Friends Life t20 competition, as well as being available to play in five LV= County Championship and four Clydesdale Bank Pro 40 matches.
Director of cricket Mick Newell said: “David has been my first thought when recruiting overseas players for ten years now. He adds a lot of value in all formats.
“For me, he is more than good enough to have warranted Test selection and to have a player of that calibre with an affinity for a particular county is rare and something we have embraced.
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“It has become increasingly difficult to sign a quality overseas player for an entire season but we are pleased that David and Ed Cowan will both spend a good amount of time with us.”
Hussey holds the club record for t20 appearances and first came to Trent Bridge in 2004. His stay will not coincide with that of compatriot Ed Cowan who is set to depart at the end of June.