Old Wilsonians bag ex-Bromley star Wayne Morgan - 18/03/15

Wayne MorganOLD WILSONIANS have pulled off a coup by signing former Bromley sensation Wayne Morgan for their 2015 season.

Morgan (29) is an explosive all-rounder who opens the bowling and bats in the top-middle order. He represented Jamaica Under-19s in 2004 and has since forged an impressive career in Premier cricket on the Island.

Morgan has, most recently (2013) played in the Caribbean T20 for Combined Campuses and Colleges, whilst also featuring against the touring Zimbabweans for the University of West Indies Vice-Chancellor’s XI.

However, it’s been his exploits abroad that have caught the limelight courtesy of his two-season stint with Kent Premier outfit Bromley.

Over his 30 league matches in 2012-13, Morgan took 62 wickets at 17.40 with three 5-wicket hauls, but it was his batting that hit the headlines. He struck 6 league centuries, 1,267 runs all with an average of 50.68.

He struck 660 runs at 66 in 2012, followed by 607 runs at 40.47 in 2013, including 3 centuries in each year. His runs came at quite a rate including a quick-fire 119* from 68 balls – one of several incredibly destructive centuries.

Morgan decided not to return to Northern shores in 2014, but fresh from wintering in Jamaica, the all-rounder is now set to return to the Kent League, this time for Old Wilsonians in division three for the 2015 summer.

 

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