DERBYSHIRE have sacked Shiv Thakor after he was found guilty of indecently exposing himself to two women.
The 24-year-old was convicted by a district judge at South Magistrates' Court last week and will be sentenced on November 24.
Thakor was suspended in July when Derbyshire Police confirmed that they were investigating the allegations he exposed himself to women at a housing development on Radbourne Lane in Mackworth.
Derbyshire confirmed today that they have terminated his deal in wake of the guilty verdict.
A statement released on their website said: "Derbyshire County Cricket Club has terminated Shiv Thakor's contract with immediate effect.
"The club expects the highest standards of behaviour from all its staff and is opposed to sexual harassment in any form.
"Following last week's court decision, the club has reviewed the case and Thakor's contract has been terminated with immediate effect.
"The club will make no further comment."
The first of the all-rounder's victims labelled him "Shifty Shiv" and said Thakor "aroused" himself outside a property before he exposed himself through a "gap" in his trousers.
She told the court: "I bent down to get some paper from the printer. I just put my head down and carried on with my work."
The second victim told how Thakor stopped outside a property a week later and exposed himself as she was on the phone.
She told the court: "He had his back to me, I thought he was trying to get himself aroused. I thought in a minute he would go away."
Thakor made his First-Class debut in 2011 aged 17 when he played against Loughborough MCCU.
The talented player became the youngest Leicestershire player to score a century and signed a three-year deal with the county side in November 2010.
He won Young Sports Personality of the Year at the 10th annual British Asian Sports Awards ceremony a year later and signed with Derbyshire CCC in 2015.