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Warwickshire County Cricket Club today confirmed that batsmen Freddie Coleman and Jonathon Webb will not be offered new contracts at the end of the current season and have been released to pursue opportunities with other clubs.

Dougie Brown, Warwickshire CCC Director of Cricket, said: “It’s always very disappointing to let young players go, but sadly opportunities for Freddie and Jonathon have been limited at senior level.

“We wanted to give both players the best possible opportunity to continue their careers in the game and our agreement ensures that Freddie and Jonathon can now speak to other clubs during the current domestic season.

“I would like to thank Freddie and Jonathon for their contributions for Warwickshire CCC and we all wish them the very best for the future.”

Scotland international Coleman (24) signed his first professional contract ahead of the 2013 season and has made one First Class, four List A and four T20 appearances for the Club.

Webb (also 24) signed year later after graduating from the University of Leeds with a degree in Graphic & Communication Design. He went on to play 11 games in Birmingham Bears victorious NatWest T20 Blast campaign in his debut season and has also made two County Championship and one List A appearance.