Graeme McCarter is returning to the North West having played in the NCU with both CSNI and Carrickfergus.

The former Irish international moved to CSNI in 2015 and played five seasons there before switching to Carrickfergus this year.

He scored his only NCU hundred earlier this year against Lisburn, but it was his bowling which was his strongest suit, claiming 96 wickets at just over 21.

There are no shortage of admirers for the 29 year-old, with defending champions Brigade believed to be his preferred destination, although former club Fox Lodge are also interested.

McCarter won the last of his seven international caps back in 2015, but was recalled to the senior squad earlier this summer after taking six wickets in an innings for Ireland Wolves against Netherlands A.