Bermudian international Rawlins joins Tigers den
SYDNEY Cricket Club have bolstered their stocks for the 2017-18 season with the signing of Bermudian international Delray Rawlins (pictured).
The 20 year old all rounder created history last year when he became the first Bermudan to sign a professional deal in English county cricket with Sussex.
Rawlins, a crafty left arm spinner and dashing batsman, scored one run for the Tigers on debut last Saturday against Campbelltown-Camden at Raby Oval but shapes as an exciting prospect with both bat and ball.
Earmarked by keen cricket judges for bigger things, Rawlins has arrived down under with a glowing reputation.
He made his senior debut for Bermuda at the age of 15 and earned selection for the England U/19 Young Lions with outstanding performances in the Sussex Premier League.
Rawlins impressed selectors with the bat – registering centuries for Sussex 2nd XI, Sussex Development XI and Eastbourne while bagging 41 wickets with his wily left-arm spin.