After his planned stint at Surrey was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Michael Neser will belatedly get the chance to play county cricket in 2021 after signing a contract with Glamorgan for the County Championship and Royal London Cup.
Neser, 30, will link up with Queensland team-mate Marnus Labuschagne in Cardiff, with the pair filling Glamorgan’s overseas quota for four-day and 50-over cricket following Marchant de Lange’s departure to Somerset. Labuschagne is also set to be available in T20 cricket, pending his international commitments, and they have one remaining overseas spot for the Blast.
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Labuschagne has previously credited his time at the club ahead of the 2019 Ashes as a springboard for his international breakthrough, and Neser – who is yet to make his Test debut despite regularly featuring in Australia…