Dan Moriarty, who had trouble finding opportunities at Surrey, has joined Yorkshire on loan for four County Championship games.

Moriarty, 24, is one of the most talented young spinners in English cricket. But this summer he has been forced to play for the second team. In the Championship, Surrey has placed a lot of emphasis on its seamers. So they chose all-rounders Will Jacks and Cameron Steel above their specialists.

Yorkshire’s managing director, Darren Gough, called Moriarty “a brilliant addition”. And added that he would be playing in all four of Yorkshire’s Championship games going forward. Including Sunday’s game against Gloucestershire at home.

In addition to the demanding Blast calendar, Gough continued, “With Yorkshire’s focus soon shifting to Championship cricket again. It was important to add another addition to our bowling resources.”

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Although Yorkshire’s top spinner, Dom Bess, has struggled this season. Taking 12 wickets at 51.33 in five outings, it is unknown if he will play right away.

Alec Stewart, Surrey’s director of cricket. Despite the fact that Moriarty played in just two Championship games during the previous 18 months. He might still contribute in the title run-in later this year.

Dan has a great chance to play several top-tier games over the next few weeks, according to Stewart. “I’m hoping he puts in some really strong performances. That will equip him well in the event that he is chosen for the Championship run-in in September.
While Michael Neser, a teammate from Queensland, is with the Australian Ashes squad, Glamorgan has replaced him with Australian legspinner Mitchell Swepson. On Sunday, he will play his first game against Sussex.

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On Friday morning, Worcestershire also made an international signing. Their agreement with Navdeep Saini will only last for four games. He scheduled to face Derbyshire before leaving for the Caribbean.