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Styris has "unfinished business"
Scott Styris admits he has “unfinished business” after confirming he will return to Hove next season.
The Kiwi all-rounder has signed a contract to be one of Sussex’s two overseas player in the FL T20 in 2013 having helped the Sharks reach finals day last season.
Styris smashed a sensational 37-ball century in the quarter-final victory against Gloucestershire but could not prevent Sussex going down to Yorkshire in the semi-final.
Styris, 37, said: “I feel we have unfinished business in this competition. I want to contribute next season so we can go all the way to securing the silverware.”
Sussex had to move quickly to secure the services of Styris, pictured above, to meet work permit regulations as he retired from international cricket in 2011.
Coach Mark Robinson said: “We knew we needed to get it done by the end of the month or Scott wouldn’t have qualified.
“We are delighted at the prospect of having Scott back as it is getting harder and harder to find quality overseas players because of international commitments.
“As well as being an experienced performer and potential matchwinner Scott has the added advantage that barring injury he will be with us as he can’t be called up by his country.”
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