South African batsman, Cameron Delport has indicated his eagerness to come back to the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
In a bid to take the Guyana Amazon Warriors to the title for the first time in the history of the competition, Delport took to his social media account to express his enthusiasm.
“Thrilled to go back to the CPL,” Delport posted while adding that it is “exciting times,” and that he could not wait to put on the jersey of the Amazon Warriors.
Delport predicted that this year there will be a new champion saying everyone knows what happens when he comes to the biggest party in sport.
Delport was part of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel team in their first championship win back in 2015 where the hard hitting left hander stroked a match winning half century in the final against Barbados Tridents as well as a fine 44 against his new home franchise.
The 28-year-old has been consistent with the bat scoring over 3000 runs in the format with three hundreds and 17 fifties to his name. He is also handy with the ball and his right-arm, medium pace has earned him 48 wickets and a best of 4-17.
Delport has been a highly sought after player in the T20 format having turned out for teams such as Dhaka Dynamites, Sydney Thunder, Dolphins and he will make his Indian Premier League debut for Kolkata Knight Riders later this year.