Gloucestershire extends Jonathan Tattersall loan spell

The Yorkshire wicket-keeper will remain at Bristol for another week having featured in the defeat to Surrey


County Championship Essentials: Leicestershire v Gloucestershire

Jonathan Tattersall will stay with Gloucestershire for the LV=Insurance County Championship clash with Leicestershire.

Loaned from Yorkshire for the defeat to Surrey last week, the 26-year-old will remain for the concluding round of red-ball matches before the start of the T20 Blast.

Poor form with the bat for the Headingley club during the opening weeks of the season had led to his release, with Harry Duke given the gloves against Glamorgan and Lancashire.

Tattersall impressed on debut for Gloucestershire, scoring seven and 86 not out and taking two catches at The Kia Oval.

Despite not being able to prevent a defeat by an innings and 47 runs, he will have the chance to make amends at Grace Road before he returns to Yorkshire.





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