Yorkshire County Cricket Club are delighted to announce that seamer Ryan Sidebottom has signed a one-year extension, which will keep him at Headingley until at least December 2016.

“I am absolutely delighted to be signing a new deal,” said Sidebottom.

“It’s been a great couple of years for the club, with us winning the Championship and continuing to improve.

“I think it shows where the club is going and I still love playing, the passion is still there. I enjoy coming in and playing with a great bunch of lads. We can do great things if we keep continuing in the same vein. It’s about working hard for each other and to build on that team spirit and camaraderie and togetherness. This is a special club, for me, the best around.”

Sidebottom, who has played over 200 First-class games taking 663 wickets at an average of just over 24, has set a goal of reaching 700 First-class career wickets, which would be a phenomenal achievement in the modern era of the sport.

 

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New Signings for Scarborough Cricket Club

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A new era is set to get underway at North Marine Road this season with new skipper Neil Elvidge leading a new-look side into their maiden season in the York League.

Elvidge will be embarking on his third spell at North Marine Road, this time as skipper and head coach as Scarborough spend one season in the York Premier League before they sign up for the new Yorkshire Super League.

Elvidge is delighted to be given the honour of leading out Scarborough this season.

Pre-Season training began on Monday night at Bramcote School in anticipation of a great season ahead.

Full article click here: Scarborough News