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Essex Cricket have confirmed that batter, Nick Browne has put pen to paper on a new contract with the club.
Browne will now remain with Essex at least until the conclusion of the 2024 season. The 32-year-old has scored more than 7,500 first-class runs for the county, including thirty-one half-centuries and nineteen centuries.
Speaking to www.essexcricket.org.uk, Browne said: “It’s fantastic to stay here at Chelmsford, a place that has given me a wonderful career and some amazing memories.
“I was born locally, and it means a huge amount to me to be able to represent the region where I grew up and developed both personally and professionally.
“I look forward to contributing to winning more trophies for the Essex fans and Members.”
Meanwhile, Head Coach, Anthony McGrath, added: “I’m really pleased we’ve managed to keep Nick at Essex for at least another year.
“We’ve been keen to secure the futures of our most promising young players, but a key ingredient of a winning team is getting the blend of youth and experience just right.
“Nick brings the latter in spades, and he’s a quality option at the top of the order as well as being a great character to have in the dressing room.”