Sussex Defers Travis Head’s Contract to 2021

Sussex Defers Travis Head’s Contract to 2021

Sussex Defers Travis Head’s Contract to 2021

Travis Head mutually agrees with the Sussex County Cricket Club about the deferral of his contract until 2021. 

For the second time, Travis Head’s contract with Sussex County Cricket Club has been pushed back. The first time was in 2019 when he was asked to play for the team. However, he was then selected to be a part of Australia’s Ashes side. 

This time, Head’s contract had been deferred along with the prevalence of the COVID-19 pandemic. The same problem has delayed the start of the season to August 1 and has caused several player contract cancellations and postponements across different county cricket clubs. 

With regards to this second contract deferral, Head says, ‘Whilst it is very disappointing, it is clear that there are many difficulties surrounding the 2020 English domestic cricket season and we all agree this is in the best interests of all concerned. I very much hope some domestic cricket is played in England this summer and I look forward to playing my part in 2021’. 

Sussex is a domestic county cricket club in England which actively plays first-class cricket. This league also participates in different county events like the T20 Blast League. To learn more about the teams that make up this league, head over to Betwala. 

READ MORE: What is the T20 Blast League?

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