CRICKET: Collymore to leave Middlesex
Melton Williams, Gleaner Writer
Former West Indies pacer Corey Collymore will be leaving Middlesex after the cricket club announced on Saturday that he would not be offered a new contract.
Collymore has spent the past three seasons playing for Middlesex, during which he took 96 wickets and helped the club win the second Division title in 2011.
In 33 first-class appearances for the club the 35 year-old took 86 wickets at an average of 29 point 0-3.
Middlesex’s Managing Director of Cricket Angus Fraser said Collymore was being released to give the club’s young fast bowlers a chance of first-team cricket.
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