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Dom Bess to join Yorkshire on four-year deal | Cricket News

Bess enjoyed a fruitful spell on loan at Yorkshire in 2019

Last Updated: 02/09/20 7:30am


England spinner Dom Bess is joining Yorkshire on a four-year deal from next season.

Bess, who cam through the ranks at Somerset, making his first-class debut with the county in 2016, had a spell on loan at Yorkshire during the 2019 season.

The 23-year-old is thrilled to return to Headingley and has his sights set on winning silverware with Yorkshire.

“A club like Yorkshire, it’s a massive club with a lot of history behind it. It is very exciting for me to commit four years to Yorkshire and hopefully I can add a little bit to the squad,” Bess said.

“Certainly in terms of understanding the club, I think it (loan spell) was a great option. I certainly think understanding how the club runs and how the lads are is really important. For me, this is a great opportunity and somewhere I am really excited to join.

“Hopefully the opportunities I can get at Yorkshire will develop my learning to kick on and play international cricket for a long time. That is the ultimate goal, but I also want to be part of a Yorkshire side that are again winning championships.

“I want us to be pushing for one day and T20 success as well. Last year, I certainly got the hint that the club want to push for the T20 and 50 over competition.

“I think that it is a great opportunity for me to develop my white ball skills and show that I’m a three dimensional player. I think that white ball really shows that.

“It will be really important to get some trophies and certainly the county championship back at Yorkshire.”




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