The Yorkshire County Cricket Club can confirm that Jared Warner will join Gloucestershire at the end of the season.

Warner, who has played one First-Class and one List A match for the White Rose, has opted to sign a three-year contract at the Bristol County Ground after declining a contract offer from Yorkshire.

Speaking about the move to Gloucestershire, Warner said: “It wasn’t an easy decision to leave Yorkshire, but I feel the opportunity to go to Gloucestershire and hopefully play regular first team cricket there is the best decision for myself and the development of my career going forward.

“I’d like to thank everyone at Yorkshire who has helped me to this point and I leave with some great friends at the club.”

Martyn Moxon, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club Director of Cricket said: “Naturally we are disappointed to see Jared go, but wish him every success in the future.”

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