Derbyshire Abroad: Kicking off 2024 overseas

Wednesday 17th January 2024

Over the winter, multiple Derbyshire players will be representing various clubs across the globe. With a break over the Christmas period, everyone has resumed playing in 2024 and we will look at how individuals have done so far.

Mohammad Amir

The Pakistan seamer has been signed up by Desert Vipers for the upcoming ILT20 tournament in Abu Dhabi, which is due to start on 19 January. After winning the 2023 T10 league recently, Amir will be hoping to replicate this success in the ILT20, which will be played in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Pat Brown

Having joined up with West Torrens in the Adelaide area, the seamer claimed a wicket on debut before helping his side into the semi-final of the One Day competition.

Brown has joined West Torrens at a perfect time, as the side are still competing for silverware across all three formats, with a T20 final coming up in a few weeks’ time.

Harry Came

Came kicked off his 2024 with an impressive all-round showing, with figures of 2 for 25 and 70 off 59 balls at the top of the order as Claremont defeated Kraaifontein Cricket Club by nine wickets.

The opener is currently averaging 52.7 with the bat for Claremont this season.

Sam Conners

Conners had a brilliant performance in his most recent T20 match, unfortunately in a losing effort. The seamer claimed bowling figures of 3 for 27 before smashing 72 off 46 balls as Napier Old Boys were eventually 30 runs short of the required target.

Aneurin Donald

Donald is currently playing at Rondebosch Cricket Club in South Africa, and is his most recent game he top-scored with 66 as his side were bowled out for 117.

Next week sees Donald face off against Harry Came’s Claremont, as both sides push towards the top of the table.

Wayne Madsen

The right-hander is part of the Joburg Super Kings squad in the SA20. Madsen is yet to make an appearance for his franchise side, with the Super Kings without a win in three games so far.

Samit Patel

All-rounder Patel saw success in the American Premier League over Christmas, as his side Premium Afghans claimed the trophy in a low-scoring final.

The left-armer claimed three wickets in the final, helping his side to a 21-run victory and silverware in the second edition of the competition.

Mitch Wagstaff

Wagstaff continues to develop his all-round skills with bat and ball at Rockingham Mandurah Cricket Club. He claimed figures of 2 for 40 off 10 overs, and an economical spell of 1 for 23 off 10 overs, as well as remaining not out in their seven-wicket victory this past weekend.

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