Pakistani sailor unable to agree due to overlap with Pakistani Super League
Instead, Millennie reaches Kent for his fourth spell, taking 38 wickets in 28 games between 2017 and 2019. He is expected to be available to play in the ninth group of the Kent Group against Somerset in Canterbury from June 28 onwards.
“We are delighted that Adam will be back so he can be a Kent Spitfire again,” said Paul Downton, Kent County Cricket Director. “He is a world-class T20 ball catcher who has made a significant difference to us every time he plays for Spitfires. I am sure our members and fans will be happy to welcome him to the next stages of the Vitality Blast. . “
Millen was part of the Kent team that reached the quarter-finals of the Vitality Blast in 2018, and a year later barely made it to the knockout stages. He has also appeared in IPL and Big Bash and has also been restricted 23 times in the T20I by New Zealand.
“I love Spitfire and I’m really excited to have the opportunity to return to Kent for the fourth time. It would be great to see familiar faces in the locker room, but I’m looking forward to working with a new talent from the last one,” Millen said. “My presence in 2019 has joined it.”
Other Kent overseas options include South African chicken paste, Hino Cohen and Afghan footballer Qais Ahmad, who are expected to be out of quarantine from June 13, when the team face Gloucester Lion in Canterbury. Is available.