RISHTON have offered terms to professional Kumar Dharmasena for next season.
The Sri Lankan has done well at the Blackburn Road club helping them to the semi-final of the Worsley Cup and they are aiming for a top six finish in the Musbury Fabrics Lancashire League.
The 34-year-old has 485 league runs with a top score of 100. He has one century and four half tons. And he has 32 league wickets this season.
"We think Kumar has done a wonderful job this season," said chairman Rod Simpson.
"He has helped to inject a winning spirit into the side.
"He admits he is still learning about league cricket and he thinks he can return and do an even better job next season."
Dharmasena, who has got 31 Tests and 141 One-Day internationals to his name, is keen to return after becoming Rishton's first Sri Lankan paid man but the only stumbling block is that he is battling to reclaim his place in the Sri Lankan side which tours England next year.