Nagaland Cricketer Jonathan Rongsen Longkumer to Play for UK Cricket Club

Nagaland cricket team captain Jonathan Rongsen Longkumer has signed for Morecambe CC, a UK-based cricket club, for the 2021 season.

Cricketer Jonathan Rongsen Longkumer is a 35-year-old cricket from Akhoya village in Nagaland’s Mokokchung district.

Confirming the signing with the Nagaland cricketer, Morecambe Cricket Club said on its website: “Morecambe CC are pleased to announce the signing of a new professional Rongsen Jonathan for the 2021 season.”

“Rongsen an experienced batsman who can bowl off-spin currently plays for Nagaland in the Ranji Trophy and will join MCC as a replacement for Mitchel Van Buuren,” it said.

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