Streak ends Zimbabwe exile

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Heath Streak is set to end his exile from international cricket after signing a contract to play for Zimbabwe again.

Heath Streak is set to end his exile from international cricket after signing a contract to play for Zimbabwe again.

The 30-year-old pace bowler was sacked as Zimbabwe captain in April last year after questioning selection policy.

Streak has been playing club cricket in Zimbabwe since and has agreed to play for Warwickshire this summer in the Frizzell County Championship.

just need to finalise some aspects of my contract with Warwickshire so that it ties in with my international commitments," said Streak.

"Otherwise, I am ready to play for Zimbabwe when selected. I am putting my weight fully behind the captain, Tatenda Taibu, and the rest of the lads."

Earlier this week, Andy Blignaut returned to the Zimbabwe squad after 10 months on the sidelines - having resigned when Streak was sacked.

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