Lancashire trio Brown, Kerrigan and Lilley leave county

By Bradley West

Lancashire have announced that the trio of Karl Brown, Simon Kerrigan and Arron Lilley have all left the club as their contracts have expired.

The three men all came through Lancashire’s academy with Brown and Kerrigan both playing a hand in the Red Rose’s first County Championship title in 77 years in 2011.

29-year-old spinner Kerrigan, who played one Test for England against Australia in 2013, announced earlier this season that he would be taking up a coaching role at the county, putting his playing career on hold.

Batsman Brown and allrounder Lilley, who was influential in Lancashire’s T20 Blast title triumph in 2015, have seen their opportunities limited in the 2018 campaign.

Lancashire’s Director of Cricket, Paul Allott, said: “Karl, Simon and Arron have given their absolute all for the club over the years, having come through the age-group and Academy system. The club would like to thank them for their contributions both on and off the field, and we wish them all the best for their futures in whatever paths they take.”

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