Mohammad Rizwan: New Susse' player from 2021!

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Mohammad Rizwan: New Susse' player from 2021!

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Rizwan has decided to change his destination and sign for a new club. It's the Susse County Cricket Club. Rizwan feels happy after signing for such a big club and hopes to find his right form in the new club soon "I am absolutely honoured and excited to be a part of the historic Susse County Cricket Club for the 2022 season.

I have always heard great things about the Susse community and this family club was always close to my heart," said Rizwan, as quoted by cricbuzz "Mohammad's first-class and Test records speak for themselves and it's a huge coup to welcome him to Susse for a big chunk of next season's Championship," coach Ian Salisbury said, adding that he was "really disappointed" to lose a player like Brown.

Ben Brown

Ben Brown on the other hand decided to leave the team and is happy with all the memories he had at this club but it was time for another step "As this chapter of my career draws to a close, I would like to say an enormous thank you to Susse for the opportunities I have been afforded over a 22-year association with club," Brown said in a statement.

"Since I was first selected as an 11-year-old I have made life-long friends, travelled the world, and made memories for life playing cricket for Susse. "I would like to wish the current squad and support staff all the best in the coming years, and I look forward to seeing the young squad flourish over seasons to come at Hove." "For me personally it is time to return to being a Susse supporter as I look forward to a new chapter of my cricket career." Chief Executive Rob Andrew has revealed that the team has done their best to keep Brown on the team, but he still has some other plans, so this will be the best option for both.

"We've tried hard to find a way forward that keeps him at the club and until very recently thought that would be something we could achieve. However, it's now clear that Ben is set on a change, and it would be in nobody's interests to keep him at Susse against his will.

"Ben has been part of Susse for over two decades and has a record he can be extremely proud of. He has always given everything with the bat, the gloves or with his captaincy."