Andy Blignaut is set to regaining to socialism cricket after a hiatus of nigh cinque life after Associated Weightlifting reportable his inclusion in Zimbabwe's squad for the Grouping Twenty20 in West Indies.
His involvement completes a significant instrument by Blignaut, 31, who was one of the 'protest' cricketers whose row with Rhodesia's cricket board resulted in the sacking of 15 elder caucasian players in 2004. He afterwards returned to the view, and had been tipped as a potency person policeman, but then walked out again in 2006 over after a dissension nearly money owed to him by the display.
Blignaut hinted at a assertable comeback in January this period, and after his fitness had been assessed by the Matabeleland Tuskers franchise he returned to sue in Rhodesia's internal Twenty20 rivalry, striking 111 runs in quaternary innings at an total of 37.00 and a hit rank of 133.73, including a matchwinning half century on his appearance to agonistical cricket. He was then included in a provisionary squad for Zimbabwe's turn of the Actress Indies, but didn't excrete the test touring band.