Jordan Clark will join up with Northern Superchargers for The Hundred as a replacement signing for the injured Brydon Carse.
Although the nature of his injury hasn't been confirmed, pace bowler Carse hurt his right toe in England's first ODI against South Africa at Chester-le-Street on July 19 and hasn't played since.
Brydon Carse hasn't played since the first ODI at Chester-le-Street [Stu Forster/Getty Images]
The 26-year-old made six appearances for Northern Superchargers in 2021, scoring 21 runs at a strike rate of 131.25 and taking three wickets. He was, however, the franchise's second-most expensive bowler, conceding 1.71 runs per ball.
Surrey allrounder Clark represented Oval Invincibles in last season's competition, bowling just one five-ball set and facing one delivery in four matches.
In T20 cricket, the 31-year-old has scored 1,048 runs at a strike rate of 130.51 and picked up 60 wickets. He was used sparingly by Surrey in the 2022 T20 Blast, scoring 35 runs and picking up two wickets in five outings.
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