New Zealand quickly won the club’s Bowler of the Year Award in 2018
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Henry, a 29-year-old right-handed seamer, will join the club on July 10th, with up to seven championship games and the Royal London Cup, subject to regulatory approval.
Henry originally played for Kent as an overseas player in 2018, but plans to rejoin them during the 2020 season before the parties agree to withdraw from the Covid-19 pandemic. rice field.
He won 75 wickets in 11 games in the 2018 Championship, averaging 15.48 bowling and finishing the year as the best wicket taker in Division 2. In the meantime, he has achieved the new first class best bowling numbers twice. The first was 7:45 in Durham, before the current highest 7:42 against Northamptonshire.
At the 2018 One-Day Cup, Henry was part of the team that reached the final in Rose, winning 16 wickets in 11 games and winning the Kent Bowler of the Year at the end of the season.
In 2021, Kent broke through Division 3 of the Championship and won the Vitality Blast title.
“It’s a really good memory to play in Kent in the past,” Henry said. “I’m being driven to bring more success to the county in 2022. It was great to see Kent win the silverware in 2021, and I have more trophies for all of the county next season. I know it’s a person’s goal-hopefully I’ll make it happen. “
Throughout First Class Cricket, Henry has 335 wickets on average 24.71, including 15 5 wickets from 78 career matches. Last June, he won six wickets in his second match against England at Edgbaston. This is my recent appearance in New Zealand. Currently, he has won 37 wickets in 14 tests. At ODI, he averaged 25.89 in 55 games and won 98 wickets with an economic efficiency of 5.29.
Matt Henry returns to Kent in 2022
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