Former Zimbabwe captain Brendon Taylor has signed a new contract and made himself available for selection. He is set to make an appearance in the two match test series against West Indies next month.
“Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is pleased to announce that following the end of his contract with and release from English county Nottinghamshire, ZC has formally contracted Brendan to play domestic and international cricket in and for Zimbabwe,” said the official statement released by Zimbabwe Cricket.
Taylor last played international cricket for Zimbabwe in the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2015.
“I am elated to have Brendan Taylor back in a Zimbabwe jersey. We welcome him back and we are looking forward to him making a big difference for us and spending the rest of his playing career in his country of birth,” said Zimbabwe head coach Heath Streak.
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