Australia worldwide all-rounder Aaron Hardie has re-signed for Surrey from Might till the top of July.
The 25-year-old will likely be accessible for 3 County Championship matches and the T20 Blast group stage.
Hardie had a brief stick with the Three Feathers within the 2022 season, enjoying three T20 video games and one red-ball match for the County Championship winners.
He has since received 10 white-ball caps for his nation, taking six wickets and scoring 84 runs.
Hardie, born in Bournemouth, has averaged slightly below 45 runs in first-class cricket, with a prime rating of 174 not out, in addition to taking 62 wickets with the ball.
“I am stoked to come back again to Surrey this summer time,” mentioned Hardie, the main scorer within the 2022-23 Huge Bash League with Perth Scorchers.
“I beloved my time on the membership in 2022 and obtained an actual sense of what it means to put on the Three Feathers.
“I am able to chip in and help the crew with bat or ball and do my bit in making an attempt to convey extra success to south London.”
Hardie will be part of up with the reigning champions forward of their County Championship fixture towards Hampshire, starting on 24 Might.
Earlier in February, the membership introduced West Indies bowler Kemar Roach will also be returning to The Oval this season.