Sussex Cricket announced that Delray Rawlins has signed a contract extension with the Club.
The 25-year-old all-rounder played a vital role in the Sussex Sharks reaching the semi-finals of this year’s Royal London Cup, achieving List-A career-bests with both the bat and ball along the way.
Delray smashed 91 from just 62 balls against Gloucestershire and finished with figures of 3-50, a List-A best at the time, figures which he went on to better in the following game against Leicestershire when he took 3-22.
Rawlins has been at Sussex since he was a teenager and is looking forward to continuing his journey with the Club: “Obviously I have been here my entire professional career and I am looking forward to building on the good things we did this summer.
“This year I worked on certain aspects of my game, and I am pleased with the progress made so hopefully I can go again next year and produce bigger numbers for the team.”
Having made his first-team debut five years ago in 2017, Delray is an established member of the Sussex squad and has relished the additional responsibility across all three formats of the game: “I’m enjoying my role within the squad, even though I am only 25 the additional responsibility has helped my game, so long may it continue.”