Warwickshire director of sport Ashley Giles has hailed the progress Will Rhodes has made and feels there is more to come.
All-rounder Rhodes, who arrived at Warwickshire from Yorkshire last year, managed to notch 974 first-class runs to help his new club to promotion and the Division Two title last season.
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Having impressed in the longer form of the game, Giles now feels the 23-year-old can transfer his skill to the more explosive formats and have an impact in limited-overs cricket.
“Will has enjoyed a fantastic breakthrough season in the Championship and the opening partnership that he has formed with Dom Sibley has the potential to serve the Bear & Ragged Staff for many years,” said Giles.
“Despite being ever-present in the Championship, he’s only made two appearances in both white-ball formats, but his ability with bat and ball could play an important role for us in List A and Twenty20 in 2019.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.