Middlesex County Cricket Club is delighted to announce that young batsman, Sam Robson, has reached terms with the club on extending his contract, and has put pen to paper on a deal which keeps him at the Lord’s based club until at least the end of December 2014.
Robson, from New South Wales, Australia, made his First-Class debut for Middlesex against Essex at Chelmsford as a nineteen year old back in 2009, and has since gone on to make 43 First-Class appearances for the club with a batting average approaching 40.
Managing Director of Cricket at Middlesex CCC, Angus Fraser, commented on Robson’s new deal...
“We are delighted that Sam has agreed to sign a contract extension with the Club. Sam has made real progress in the last two to three years and we believe he has a long and bright future with Middlesex.
Sam is one of a group of young cricketers to have committed himself to Middlesex and we hope these players continue to take the club in the right direction and allow it to compete for domestic honours in the coming years.”