Fast bowler Jack Brooks joined Notts Outlaws on a two week white-ball loan deal to join Conor McKerr on temporary deals at Trent Bridge as cover for injured bowlers Ball, Fletcher and Stone.
The 38-year-old arrived with 61 wickets in 71 domestic T20 fixtures, across stints at Northamptonshire, Yorkshire and Somerset. He added a further six wickets in the two games that he played for The Outlaws, including a 4-51 haul against Yorkshire at Trent Bridge.
Jack Brooks was born on 4 June 1984 in Oxford and played Minor Counties cricket for his home county before joining Northamptonshire. He has also played for Worcestershire, Sussex and Yorkshire; at the end of the 2023 season, Brooks announced that he was leaving Somerset but, at the time of writing, had not said where his next destination might be.
Jack Brooks’s career stats (to date) can be seen here