Essex batter Feroze Khushi has signed a brand new contract with the membership for the 2024 county season.
Khushi has scored greater than 1,500 runs in all codecs and final season made his first Championship century – an innings of 164 in opposition to Kent.
The 24-year-old’s progress this summer season was hampered by a hand damage which stored him out of the workforce for six weeks.
He did, nonetheless, rating three fifties and greater than 200 runs within the T20 Blast, with a strike price of 137.74.
“I am feeling actually good about my profession for the time being, and though I’ve needed to endure some robust moments throughout the season with damage, I’ve pushed via these and are available again stronger,” he told the Essex website.
In the meantime, spinner Aron Nijjar, batter Josh Rymell, seam bowler Eshun Kalley and wicketkeeper Will Buttleman will all go away the membership on the finish of the season.
Nijjar is at present on mortgage at Kent and took 4-67 within the first innings as they drew with Nottinghamshire earlier this week within the County Championship.
“Though their fast future lies away from Chelmsford, I do consider they’re all able to progressing inside the sport and taking maintain of different alternatives that come their approach,” mentioned head coach Anthony McGrath.