Former Irish international Jeremy Bray has joined Rush from Terenure ahead of the new season.

It will be the sixth Leinster club for the 44 year-old batsman wicket-keeper who has played previously for Phoenix, Clontarf, The Hills, YMCA and Terenure, while he has also featured for Eglinton in the NW and CIYMS in the NCU.

He has been a prolific scorer in Leinster cricket and his move to Rush will give him a chance to break the Leinter post-war record for centuries, which he currently shares with Andre Botha, both of whom have made 25.

Bray played 83 times for Ireland between 2002-2009, making 2812 runs at 31.95, which included seven hundreds, including Ireland's first World Cup hundred in the famous tie with Zimbabwe.

he is the current coach of Denmark, having previously coached Ireland Women and Ireland Under 19's.

He is set to lead Denmark in the World Cricket League later this month in Malaysia.

"In between my busy schedule and commitments with Denmark, I will be looking to play as much cricket for Rush this year that will allow," Bray told CricketEurope. 

"I am very excited to be linking up with my good mate and ex international Connor Armstrong and also with the very good young talent they have at the club, especially Ireland youth internationals Neil Rock and Stephen Doheny."