Durham strengthened its seam bowling department during the winter with the signing of exciting quick bowler Brandon Glover.
Glover who qualifies to play for the Netherlands due to his Dutch parents rejoined up with Durham Head Coach Ryan Campbell, signing on a 2-year deal.
The Netherlands international, who bowls at speeds in excess of 85mph, was the leading wicket taker in T20 International cricket in 2019 – also impressing with 7 wickets during the recent World Cup in Australia.
Right-arm quick Glover put in a deadly performance against South Africa claiming 3/9 including the dismissals of Rilee Rossouw and David Miller to help the Netherlands to a famous win – resulting in automatic qualification for the 2024 World Cup in West Indies & USA.
Glover most recently spent three seasons with Northamptonshire, making appearances in all three formats for the Wantage Road side over a three-season spell, taking 11 T20 wickets during that period.
A strong 2020 Blast season earned him a call up with the Oval Invincibles for the inaugural season of the Hundred.
The 26-year-old has 134 wickets across all formats with a best of 4/12 against the UAE adding to his current record of 88 wickets in the shorter format, while he has 24 first-class dismissals to his name.
Known for his white ball exploits, Glover has played 10 first-class games following his debut for Boland against KwaZulu-Natal Inland with his best in the longer format 4/83.
Following on from his impressive World Cup campaign, Glover was picked for Abu Dhabi Knight Riders in February 2023 for the inaugural edition of the Dubai T20.
- Durham representative number
- Right-arm medium-fast, right-hand bat
- First-class debut