Iain Wardlaw leaves Yorkshire
From Yorkshire Cricket Club
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club has confirmed that Iain Wardlaw has been granted a release from the Club with immediate effect.
Seam bowler Wardlaw, who was part of the Scotland national team that recently qualified for the ICC 2015 Cricket World Cup, will pursue interests away from the professional game. A settlement agreement between the player and the Club was finalised this week.
Iain Wardlaw, said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as a professional cricketer with Yorkshire. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everybody associated with the Club, in particular the supporters, and I wish the lads all the best foe the 2014 season.”
Colin Graves, Chairman of The Yorkshire County Cricket Club, said: “Iain is a great guy and I am sorry that he has not had the breaks he needed to establish himself in our first team. I would like to thank him for his contribution over the last few years and wish him well in the future.
In his time with Yorkshire, the 28-year-old played the majority of his matches as a one-day specialist. He played 33 List A matches taking 55 wickets at an average of 26.70.
Wardlaw will play the 2014 season with Bradford League side Cleckheaton