James Logan believes bowling at free flowing England star Moeen Ali on his Yorkshire debut in September will help push his career forwards.

The left-arm spinner, 21, was handed his first-team bow in the final game of 2018, a three-day Specsavers County Championship win over Worcestershire at New Road.

Logan bowled 12 wicketless overs, all but two of them coming in the first innings.

He was hit for an early six by a particularly carefree Moeen, who posted 60 and 67 in the match, before settling and bowling tidily.

Logan was preferred in the side to leg-spinner Josh Poysden and felt his debut was reward for an encouraging season with the White Rose second team.

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