New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson returning to Somerset

Vastavam web: New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson is returning to English county side Somerset to play in Twenty20 cricket for the 2018 season.Anderson, who has featured in 13 Tests, 49 one-day matches and 29 Twenty20 internationals for the Black Caps, made his presence felt in last year’s competition when he bludgeoned 81 from 45 balls on his Somerset bow against Surrey.But the 27-year-old — who once held the record for the fastest one-day-international hundred, since surpassed by South Africa’s AB de Villiers — will be available from the start of this season’s campaign, starting against Gloucestershire at Taunton on July 6.

“Having had my time at Taunton cut short with injury last season, I feel I have unfinished business and I hope I can help Somerset go all the way in 2018,” said Anderson.