West Indies right-arm pacer Miguel Cummins has quit international cricket to pursue a three-year Kolpak deal with Middlesex. He recently represented the franchise towards the end of the County Championship season.
Cummins has an international experience of 14 Test matches and 11 ODI games. He averages an ordinary 40.14 in the longest format having picked up merely 27 wickets in 23 innings.
Cummins made the headlines during India’s tour of the West Indies when his stubborn knock at the No. 11 position allowed him to create the record of second-slowest duck in Test cricket.
The 29-year-old’s Kolpak contract makes him the third player from the Caribbean over the past few years to follow this route with Fidel Edwards and Ravi Rampaul opting for this step as well. Cummins has previously worked alongside Middlesex coach Stuart Law, when the latter was West Indies coach.