An experienced seamer with a track record as a prolific wicket taker in first-class cricket.
Worrall, 30, will join the Club at the start of the 2022 season after completing his commitments to South Australia in the 2021/22 Sheffield Shield competition. A British passport holder, Worrall will not need to represent the Club as an overseas player.
Nicknamed ‘Franky’ after the great West Indian captain Frank Worrell, he currently boasts 222 first-class wickets at a bowling average of 27.33 and will add further depth to Surrey’s fast bowling unit, representing the Club in all competitions.
A former Australian international, with three One Day International appearances in 2016, Worrall has impressed for Gloucestershire in two spells at the west country county – 2018 and the 2021 season – taking 43 County Championship wickets at 22.53.
By signing his contract with Surrey, Worrall will give up his role as a local player for South Australia, whom he has represented for the past ten years. He will join up with Surrey before the start of the 2022 campaign.
Worrall led the Surrey attack brilliantly in his debut season, taking 39 wickets in 9 matches as Surrey stormed to the County Championship title. He took a match-winning 11/122 against Essex in July.Related Articles