England global Alex Hales has signed up a fresh two-year deal to represent Nottinghamshire in white-ball cricket before the conclusion of the 2021 season.
The batsman, who’s played cricket to the county returned to the Notts fold May after he served as a ban from cricket for recreational drug use.
Hales was pulled from all England’s squads following his ban but also has 283 runs since his reintegration to his county squad, hitting three fifties to the Outlaws to assist them attain the quarter-finals of the Vitality Blast in their last-eight match against Middlesex will be live on Sky Sports The Ashes from 7pm on Thursday, September 5.
“Notts is like home to me now,” Hales said. “I couldn’t really envisage playing everywhere else. I have made some wonderful memories and there’s many more to come.
“After a tough start to summer time, everyone in the club was brilliant with me. I want to settle the faith they’ve shown and that will continue to become my goal for the following two years.”
Hales has hit 41 fifties and 11 centuries because he arrived at 2008 at Notts and has gathered accumulated 6,415 runs in white-ball cricket.
He will join Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League, that begins reside on Sky Sports The Ashes from 12.30am on Thursday, September 5, after Notts’ Blast semi-final.
“Alex is an extremely sought-after white-ball cricketer right around the globe,” said director of cricket Mick Newell. “He’s delivered quite a few match-winning performances for us down the years and we are searching for that to continue.”

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