Middlesex Cricket can today announce that Nathan Sowter is the latest player to commit his future to the Club by signing an extension to his contract.
Leg spinner Sowter, 28, joined Middlesex in 2014 and burst on to the scenes when taking two wickets in his first four balls for the Club on his debut in a Vitality Blast victory against Kent in front of a full house at Lord’s in 2015.
He has since gone on to make over one hundred appearances for the Club in all formats, although predominantly in white-ball cricket, with 71 of his 101 appearances coming in the T20 format and 19 in List-A cricket.
In all he has taken 133 wickets for the Club, with best bowling figures coming in the fifty-over format of the game, when taking 6 for 62 against Essex in 2019.
Commenting on Sowter’s contract extension, Head Coach Stuart Law said:
“Nathan is a competitor on the field, and we love the way he is committed to the cause in all matches he plays.
“Its great to have him on board for another term and we look forward to seeing what he can produce to help us win matches during this next phase of his professional career.”
Sowter himself commented:
“I’m absolutely delighted. I’ve always loved playing here at Middlesex, so it’s good to get another year and I’m really glad to be given the opportunity to continue playing here.”