New Zealand quick bowler Matt Henry terminated his contract with Kent Cricket by mutual consent as a result of rising an infection of the Kovid-19 epidemic. Henry was to symbolize the crew within the first seven matches of the county championship season.
Henry has additionally performed for the membership in 2018 and was making ready to rejoin Kent however cricket actions have been suspended within the United Kingdom till May 28 to forestall the unfold of Corona virus an infection, inflicting him to Will not play for membership in session.
"Kent Cricket confirms that New Zealand international cricketer Matt Henry will no longer be associated with the club in the first seven county championship matches of the 2020 season," the membership mentioned in an announcement. <! –
Due to the present Kovid-19 epidemic and disruption of the official begin of the 2020 season, each the membership and this participant have determined to cancel the plan underneath which Henry would play for Kent for the second time.
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Henry is the fourth cricketer after Nathan Lyon, Cheteshwar Pujara and Michael Naser to overlook county cricket on account of this lethal illness.