“It’s great to be back in Worcestershire for a third season and link up with some old friends and faces in the dressing room as well as some new ones,” he added. “I took a keen interest in how the Rapids performed after I left, and it was fantastic for the club to win the Blast in 2018 and come so close again a year later.
“They’ve reached a few quarterfinals before, and to have that success was fantastic. Hopefully, I can help them bring that successful time back.”
“Some New Zealand players have played for Worcestershire since I left, like Martin Guptill and Ish Sodhi, and it will be great to have Michael Bracewell as a teammate, someone who has already made a mark in international cricket.” Has paid off and will be an asset next summer.”
Worcestershire finished bottom of the North Group with just two wins from their 14 games in last year’s Blast and saw captain Moeen Ali depart over the winter. Head coach, Alex Gidman was also let go, with Alan Richardson taking over.
Worcestershire’s steering group chairman, Paul Priggon, said: “Mitchell has shown his potential at international level and knows the club and some of the players from his previous spells. He ticks a lot of boxes. He gives us another chance in spin. gives options.” Department, an aspect of the game that has proved so important in T20 cricket, and can also hit the ball powerfully with the bat.
“Mitchell said how keen he was to return to New Road for another spell, and it didn’t take long for things to fall into place. We are confident that signing him and Michael Bracewell will make us a stronger T20 team and Will support his determination to improve dramatically on last season’s performance in T20s.”