Kent sign former Durham bowler Mark Davies

16:35 28 March 2012

Mark Davies has signed for Kent

Mark Davies has signed for Kent

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The seamer has signed for the Canterbury club

Kent have signed seam bowler Mark Davies from Durham.

The 31-year-old has impressed the Canterbury outfit as a pre-season triallist.

He said: “Being part of Durham CCC for the past 15 years, coming through the Academy and into the senior squad, has been a major part of my life and obviously I am sad to leave.

“But the time was right to set myself a new challenge, and I’m excited about what the future holds at Kent.”

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