Kohler-Cadmore released by Jaffna Kings after complaining of discomfort


Kohler-Cadmore released by Jaffna Kings after complaining of discomfort

The Jaffna Kings cricket team has released batsman Tom Kohler-Cadmore following reports of discomfort in the dressing room.After being signed by Jaf

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The Jaffna Kings cricket team has released batsman Tom Kohler-Cadmore following reports of discomfort in the dressing room.

After being signed by Jaffna Kings ahead of the inaugural Lanka Premier League (LPL) 2020 semi-final, Kohler-Cadmore had featured in two of the team’s matches so far, against Galle Gladiators and Kandy Tuskers.

However, reports of Kohler-Cadmore expressing discomfort and disquiet in the dressing room surfaced yesterday, with Jaffna Kings ultimately deciding to release him from the team with immediate effect.

The cricketer’s decision to leave the team by mutual agreement has come as a major setback for Jaffna Kings, given their position as fourth on the points table fighting for a slot in the LPL 2020 grand finale.

No official statement has been released about the cricket player at this time, though reports suggest that this decision was taken in the best interests of both Kohler-Cadmore and the team. Issues raised by the batsman in the dressing room, prior to this decision, remain unknown.

Meanwhile, Jaffna Kings are currently engaged in the LPL 2020 semi-final, where they are pit against rivals Colombo Kings and will be looking to come out on top to qualify for the grand finale, that is to take place on December 13th.

Jaffna Kings release Kohler-Cadmore amid complains of discomfort

English batsman Tom Kohler-Cadmore has been released by Jaffna Kings amid complaints of discomfort. Kohler-Cadmore had joined the Kings earlier in October, but his spell with the Sri Lankan T20 side ended prematurely.

The 26-year-old made his debut for Jaffna in October this year during the Lanka Premier League (LPL) and played 4 matches for the team, in which he made 130 runs with an impressive strike rate of 168.20.

Reasons for release

Jaffna Kings released Kohler-Cadmore citing discomfort as the reason for the release. According to the club’s Director of Cricket, Chandra Schaffter, Kohler-Cadmore has complained of discomfort and the team, in consultation with Kohler-Cadmore, decided to release him from the side.

Kohler-Cadmore’s career

Kohler-Cadmore has an impressive record in domestic and T20 cricket, including stints with several top clubs in the UK. He made his first-class debut in 2015 and has since gone on to play for Yorkshire, Worcestershire and Lancashire. He has also featured in the Big Bash League, Pakistan Super League and South Africa’s Mzansi Super League.

Kohler-Cadmore has a total of 4,263 runs at an average of 28.36, including 8 centuries and 23 fifties. In the T20 format, he has amassed 1,568 runs at a strike rate of 137.90, with 6 half-centuries and 3 centuries.

Future prospects

Kohler-Cadmore’s career is still in its infancy and he has plenty of time to rebuild after this setback. He is a highly sought-after individual and is sure to attract plenty of attention from various T20 leagues around the world. It remains to be seen which team he ends up playing for in future.

Kohler-Cadmore will be hoping to make a strong comeback from this setback and has the talent to do so.