The Yorkshire County Cricket Club can confirm that James Logan has left the Club having not been offered a contract extension.

Martyn Moxon, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s Director of Cricket said: “James’ opportunities to play first team cricket are expected to be limited next season and as such the Club have decided not to offer him a contract extension. Everyone at the Club would like to wish James every success in the future.”

Logan, who has played two First-Class matches for the White Rose, said: “I’ve really enjoyed my time at Yorkshire and would like to thank all the coaches who have worked with me since I started at the age of 11, and the players who I’ve shared a dressing room with.

“I’m now looking forward to the 2021 season when hopefully I can earn an opportunity to play First-Class and limited overs cricket at a county again.”

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