Worrall to Join Surrey on Three-Year-Deal

27 July 2021

The end of the 2021 Royal London Cup group stage will also bring the end of Daniel Worrall’s time at Gloucestershire as he is set to join Surrey on a three-year-deal.

The Australian seamer, who has represented Gloucestershire in all three formats this season, will not be classed as an overseas player from next year on as he holds a British passport. He will head home to Australia before joining Surrey ahead of the 2022 season.

In a letter to supporters, Dan said:

“I would like to thank Gloucestershire CCC for providing me with my first experiences of the game in the UK and helping me discover my love for English cricket. The people involved at the club have made a substantial positive impact on both my personal and professional life and for that I am so grateful. Without the opportunity to represent Glos as an overseas player I may never have been able to realise my ambitions in the UK.”

Worrall has featured in eight first-class matches for Gloucestershire this year taking 27 wickets at an average of 23. He also played in eight Vitality Blast group matches, taking best figures of 2/33.

Everyone at Gloucestershire would like to thank "Franky" for his contributions to the Club on and off the field and wish him all the best in the future.

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