In what comes as a good news for Zimbabwe cricketer, former skipper Brendan Taylor has made a comeback into international cricket by making himself available for selection for his country by signing a new contract with ZC (Zimbabwe Cricket).
This was confirmed by Zimbabwe Cricket on their twitter handle. Taylor who last played for Zimbabwe in the 2015 World Cup, could turn up for his country in a couple of months time when Zimbabwe host West Indies in October for a two-match Test series.
In an official media release, ZC announced the re-signing of Brendan Taylor. "Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is pleased to announce that following the end of his contract with and release from English county Nottinghamshire, ZC has formally contracted Brendan Taylor to play domestic and international cricket in and for Zimbabwe."
Taylor's come back naturally elated Zimbabwe's head coach - Heath Streak who commented on the development, saying: "I am elated to have Brendan Taylor back in a Zimbabwe jersey. We welcome him back and we are looking forward to him making a big difference for us and spending the rest of his playing career in his country of birth."