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Darren Stevens
Darren Stevens has been released.

County release trio

Leicestershire have released Darren Stevens, George Walker and Damian Brandy as the close-of-season clear-out begins.


Leicestershire  have released Darren Stevens, George Walker and Damian Brandy. All three  players were out of contract and have not been offered new terms.

Stevens, 28, was born in Leicester and made his debut for the County in 1997 and was awarded his cap in 2002. He has hit four centuries and has a career best score of 149 against Essex in 2003.

"We thank all three players for their contributions and we wish them all the very best in their careers in the future."
James Whitaker

Walker, a left arm spinner, has not featured in the first team this season and has played a total of three matches after making his debut against Kent two years ago.

Highgate-born Brandy, a 23-year-old all rounder also made his debut in 2002 but has had limited opportunities this season.

James Whitaker, Leicestershire’s Director of Cricket, said: “We thank all three players for their contributions and we wish them all the very best in their careers in the future.”

What do you think of the decision to let Darren Stevens go?

last updated: 21/09/04
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josh
if he can play for kent he can play for leicester.he is young and has got a future ahead of him.daryl you need experience as well

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