White quits to become umpire

Former England all-rounder Craig White has set his sights on becoming an international umpire after deciding to leave Yorkshire following more than two decades with the county.

White, who played 30 Tests and 51 one-day internationals for England, represented Yorkshire as a player for 17 years and also captained the team before hanging up his boots in 2007, after which he took on a coaching role at Headingley.