Abroad signing Marnus Labuschagne has arrived in Wales and is all set to play in Glamorgan’s LV= County Championship match in opposition to Kent tomorrow.
The world quantity three ranked Take a look at batsman joined his teammates for a internet this morning and is thrilled to be again on the membership he first joined in 2019.
“I like the folks right here, they make it so fulfilling to play for Glamorgan,” stated Marnus. “From the teaching employees, to the gamers and everybody concerned with the membership, they make me really feel very welcome.
“I like enjoying with the crew and serving to Glamorgan win video games. That is the half that I get pleasure from probably the most and I like the place, love Wales, love staying near Sophia Gardens.”
The situations Marnus will face in England and Wales will likely be a far attain from these he not too long ago encountered in Australia throughout Queensland’s Sheffield Protect triumph, however he says the totally different situations will likely be an ‘thrilling problem.’
“It is one thing you have to get used to, journey and play, and it is thrilling to be again.
“It is totally different climate, totally different situations, totally different balls however that is a part of the enjoyable, that is why you journey around the globe and play in numerous situations so you’ll be able to enhance your sport.
“It is thrilling to problem myself in numerous situations that I have never performed in for round 18 months now. I wish to rating as many runs as I probably can, I wish to take alternatives to get massive scores, however my fundamental concern is profitable for the crew and get ourselves up that ladder.”
He’s additionally relishing working with head coach Matthew Maynard once more, after his final spell with the membership which noticed him rating 1,114 runs at a median of 65.52, with 5 centuries and led to an Ashes name up.
“He is a coach that I actually discovered lots off, and we have already been yapping away within the altering rooms speaking ways, so it is thrilling to be again. I’ve come over to be taught extra in regards to the sport and the way far I can push my sport and hold getting higher.”