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Chris Lynn signs five year deal with Brisbane Heat

Brisbane, Oct 20:-- Cricketer Chris Lynn has extended a five year deal with Big Bash League team Brisbane Heat.


"Lynn agreed to the new multi-year contract in recent weeks as he continues his recovery from shoulder surgery earlier this year," read the club website.


"The ground-breaking agreement announced today ties the hard-hitting right-hander to the club until BBL|11 in 2021-22, and was complemented by confirmation that coaches Dan Vettori and Shane Bond had accepted two-year contract extensions that keep them with the Heat for BBL|08 and BBL|09," the club said.


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