Broken finger ends Renshaw's county spell

Matthew Renshaw's starring spell with county side Somerset is over, after the club confirmed the Test opener has suffered a broken finger. Renshaw, whose three centuries for club have seen him edge to the top of 2018's leading first-class run-scorers, will return home after injuring a digit in Somerset's four-day clash with Surrey at Guildford. "Matt sustained a fracture on
the top of his finger," Somerset coach Jason Kerr said. "After speaking with Cricket Australia it has been agreed that he will return to Australia sooner rather than later. "Sadly for us that means it is the end of his time with Somerset this season. "It's a huge blow to us because he has been brilliant both on and off the field. He fitted into the dressing room very well and a player of that calibre is going to be missed."

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