August 8, 2012
Warwickshire all-rounder Darren Maddy has signed a new contract with the county keeping him at Edgbaston until the end of the 2013 season.
Maddy made his debut for Leicestershire back in 1994 and four years later was rewarded with international honours. The right-hander played in three Test matches for England, as well as eight one-dayers, and four T20 internationals.
In 2006 Maddy signed for Warwickshire and only a year later became captain of the club. In 2008 he stepped down from this role but remained as a player.
In his time as a professional, Maddy has won 5 major domestic trophies. Two of these were the County Championship with Leicestershire as well as the Twenty20 Cup with the same county. In 2010, Maddy was a key part of Warwickshire’s CB40 winning team.
Speaking about his new contract, Maddy said “My desire to win cricket matches is as strong as it’s ever been, I’m thrilled to be able to extend my deal with Warwickshire for an extra year.”
The Scoop 08/08/2012