Adil Rashid to sign new contract at Yorkshire as an all-format cricketer

  The Guardian 
• Agreement will end impasse started by England Test call-up • Leg-spinner to be avaiable for red-ball cricket with county Adil Rashid looks set to re-commit to Yorkshire as an all-format cricketer and bring to an end to a summer-long impasse after turning down approaches from rival counties. Related: County cricket: Sussex v Warwickshire, Somerset v Surrey and more – live! Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
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