RYAN Gibson will not play for Yorkshire again following a verbal altercation with an umpire in Bradford Premier League cricket earlier this month.

The incident occurred while the former England under-19s all-rounder was playing for Pudsey Congs against Farsley on Saturday, July 8.

The 21-year-old was subsequently told his services were no longer required by Congs.

He has since signed on to play for Stamford Bridge in Yorkshire Premier League North, making his debut last weekend.

He has also been told by Yorkshire that he will not represent them at any level again through to the end of the season, when his contract at Headingley comes to an end.

Gibson has not made a competitive first-team appearance for Yorkshire since 2015 in the NatWest T20 Blast.

He has played four-day and one-day friendlies against the A sides of Pakistan and South Africa in the last two seasons, including the latest in May.

Gibson only played six first-team matches in competition for Yorkshire, including his debut in 2013.

He first represented the county as an under-13s player in 2008 before graduating through their Academy system. He played four times for England under-19s in early 2013 on tour in South Africa.

Gibson last played for Yorkshire in a second-team T20 match against Durham on July 6, scoring 103.