McClenaghan, Munro set to join Worcestershire

Last updated 05:00 09/04/2014

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New Zealand cricketers Mitchell McClenaghan and Colin Munro have signed to play for Worcestershire during this season.

The Auckland duo will appear at varying stages of the season.

Munro, 27, a hard-hitting batsman, will be Worcestershire's second overseas player for the Twenty20 tournament. He will be available for the whole tournament which begins on Friday, May 16.

Left-arm pace bowler McClenaghan, 27, will arrive for six weeks in July and August when Worcestershire's main overseas signing, Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal, competes in the Caribbean Premier League.

McClenaghan will feature in the full one-day competition, three T20s and three county championship matches before Ajmal returns at the back end of the season.

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