The Yorkshire County Cricket Club can confirm that Tim Bresnan has informed the Club of his decision to leave with immediate effect to pursue playing opportunities elsewhere.

Since making his First-Class debut for Yorkshire against Northamptonshire in 2003, the 35-year-old has enjoyed an illustrious career with the White Rose, being an integral part of the back-to-back County Championship winning sides of 2014 and 2015.

Bresnan arguably had his finest season representing the White Rose in 2016, scooping the Club’s Player of the Year Award after some fine performances with bat and ball. Although in vain, Bresnan’s memorable 142 not out against Middlesex during the final game of that season summed up the importance of the Pontefract born all-rounder’s contributions.

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