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Irish international Simi Singh has confirmed he's leaving YMCA, and is on the look-out for a new club next season.
The 31 year-old has been with the Claremont side since 2012, but is looking to venture to pastures new in 2019.
"I've had an amazing time with YMCA, but I feel now it's time for me to move on and experience the challenge of playing at a new club," Singh told CricketEurope.
"I'm really excited and looking forward to seeing what opportunities are our there for me in club cricket," added the international.
The Irish international also confirmed that he was open to a move to a Northern Ireland club, should any be interested in securing his services.
Irish passport holder Singh has won 20 caps since his debut against New Zealand in 2017, scoring two half centuries, and taking 19 wickets at 25.21.