One of the Bears all time great overseas players. After scoring a maiden century on first-class debut for the club in 2009, he just can't get enough of Edgbaston, returning every season since except 2010. Claiming 185 first-class wickets for the side up to the end of 2014 at an average of just 27.12 and contributing nearly 1,500 runs at an average of nearly 29.
Jeets played a huge role in the Bears Championship success of 2012, their T20 success of 2014 and took us within sight of a double of that season with an outstanding spell of bowling against Durham in the final of the Royal London One-Day Cup at Lord's. He finished with 107 wickets in all competitions that year and turned down a recall to the New Zealand squad for the Caribbean tour to ensure he maintained his excellent relationship with the Bears.