Former Sussex all-rounder leaves East Grinstead to join Surrey League side

Fynn Hudson-Prentice celebrates a wicket against Wanstead in the National Cup semi-final in 2017
Fynn Hudson-Prentice celebrates a wicket against Wanstead in the National Cup semi-final in 2017

Former Sussex all-rounder Fynn Hudson-Prentice has left East Grinstead.

The MCC star, who was 12th man in the final Test of the summer when Alastair Cook hit a century in his last match for England, has signed for Surrey Premier League side Esher.

The 22-year-old was on the Sussex staff for two years (2015-16), playing seven matches.

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The former Haywards Heath player was a product of the Sussex Academy, who made his debut in the One-Day Cup in 2014. He played a total of five Championship matches for the club – four of which came towards the end of his final season (2016), alongside one further One-Day Cup appearance.

After a successful stint in Australia, he returned to play for East Grinstead, helping them to the Sussex Premier title and National Cup Semi-Final.

Over the past two seasons, the former St Bede's pupil has also impressed for the MCC Young Cricketers.