Devon heads to Suffolk
Malcolm, 41, was approached by Kevin Brooks, Suffolk's director of cricket and a former Derbyshire player, last autumn. "Kevin contacted me last year and said 'Do you fancy playing for Suffolk?' and I replied 'absolutely no chance' as I had only just retired and wasn't sure what I wanted to do," Malcolm told the East Anglian Daily Times.
"I told him to call me again in the New Year and I would see how my fitness and training programme was going and if I felt like playing. I feel fine and I want to keep playing, so playing in six three-day games as opposed to almost every day of the season won't be a problem for me. I still love the game and have lots of enthusiasm."
Malcolm will continue to play club cricket in Derbyshire.