Derbyshire re-signed Logan van Peek as a multi-level player in this summer’s T20 blast tournament.
The 30-year-old played for all counties in the county in 2019, taking nine T20 wickets as the Falcons reached the final for the first time.
Although he was born in New Zealand, he played two ODIs and eight T20I matches for the Netherlands.
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Cricket chef Dave Hutton said: “Logan had a great attitude and joined the team face-to-face when he was successful in the Vitality bombing with Derbyshire in 2019.”
“He has continued to improve over the last two seasons, and his club’s silver titles in New Zealand, which he recovered from the Dutch team, are a testament to his growth.”
Derbyshire launches its T20 bombing campaign Matches against Lancashire and Leicestershire On June 9th and 11th, before the Birmingham Bears take place on June 13th at Angora County Grounds.
Van Peek said: “I really enjoyed my first installment at Derbyshire.
“We were able to do something special about the Vitality Blast. I’m glad to be helping the team again.”
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