RICHARD LOGAN has replaced former England, Hampshire and Middlesex spinner Shaun Udal as Berkshire’s professional.
The 32-year-old all-rounder is not a stranger to the county, having played for them in 2009.
Staffordshire-born Logan joined the select band of players to top both the batting and bowling averages. He averaged 66.60 with the bat from 10 innings while his bowling average of 20.32 came after from 34 wickets.
Not only did he receive his Berkshire cap in his first season but was also voted the club’s Player of the Year.
His next two seasons were spent with Cheshire, where he received a county cap in 2011. He then became head coach and director of the League Cricketers’ Association. A right-handed bat and medium-fast bowler, Logan played first-class cricket for Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Hampshire and Surrey.