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Scorchers sign Irving
5:30pm 11th August 2016
Forward Kalil Irving is the latest addition to the Surrey Scorchers squad ahead of the 2016/17 season.
Signing from Worcester Wolves, the 24 year-old has previously played 116 games in all British competitions.
He also spent last season playing for Sarzana in Italy, whilst in the 2013/14 season he helped Worcester secure the BBL title averaging 5 points per game.
Kalil joins Scorchers captain Tayo Ogedengbe in the roster, with more signing news expected next week as Coach Creon continues to rebuild his squad.
The Scorchers start their BBL season on Saturday September 24 with a home match against London Lions at the Surrey Sports Park, closely followed by an away trip to Plymouth university raiders the next day.
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