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.Related Articles