Audley have bolstered their fast-bowling ranks with the acquisition of former Warwickshire paceman Recordo Gordon.
Gordon has agreed a deal with the Kent Hills outfit to spearhead their attack for the 2021 North Staffs and South Cheshire League Division One season.
The Jamaica-born seamer grew up in Birmingham and was snapped up by Warwickshire after impressing in their youth system.
He made his first-class debut in 2013 – one of six appearances – and went on to play 12 List A matches and 25 Twenty20 games.
However, he was released from Edgbaston in 2016 and went on to spend a three-year spell on the minor counties circuit with Cambridgeshire.
Gordon, who also turned out for Herefordshire in 2011, finished his professional career with 65 wickets across all three formats.
He spent last season playing for Walmley in the Warwickshire County League.
Gordon, aged 29, has twice locked horns with Staffordshire during his minor counties career with Cambs.
He was part of the side which earned an unlikely Unicorns Championship Eastern Division draw at Wisbech in 2017 – and also played at Checkley in 2018.
The right-arm quick took 6-48 in the first innings – his best minor counties haul – to put Cambridgeshire in the driving seat at Four Trees.
But Staffordshire eventually turned the tables to win the contest, despite conceding a first-innings lead to their visitors.
That fixture also showcased Gordon’s batting prowess as he made an unbeaten 63 in the second innings, but it wasn’t enough to prevent defeat.
Audley finished in fifth place in NSSCL Division One this summer after the campaign was reduced to 11 matches because of the coronavirus pandemic.
They will be hoping that the signing of Gordon will help them to mount a sustained promotion challenge in 2021 as they bid to reclaim their top-flight status.