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Will Bragg designed his debut in 2005. © Getty
Will Bragg, the Glamorgan batsman, has declared his retirement from cricket with speedy result.
The 31-12 months old southpaw was in and out of action for the duration of the 2017 season of the County Championship because of to sickness. Nevertheless, his Royal London 1-Day Cup season proved to be really very good, exactly where he even registered his best score of 94, taking part in against Kent at Swansea.
“It really is been a fantastic working experience to come as a result of the age teams of Welsh Cricket and depict Glamorgan for around a decade,” Bragg stated. “Very last season was a discouraging a person for me personally and I believe that now is the right time for me to stage absent from the video game and begin concentrating on developing a new job in an additional spot.
“I have usually been proactive about my daily life absent from the video game, and whilst it might be odd not to be reporting back to coaching with the lads this winter I am enthused and energized by what the potential retains for me.
“I’d like to thank all people people who have supported me around the a long time and I go away supplying nothing but the very best needs for the club shifting ahead.”
Getting designed his debut in 2005, Bragg experienced an ordinary begin to his job. Nevertheless, immediately after getting moved to No. 3 in 2016, he notched up around 1,000 runs in the season. Born in Newport, Bragg experienced come into the side as a reserve wicketkeeper. But with Mark Wallace firmly holding on to his spot, he experienced to rework himself into a leading-buy batsman in buy to come across a regular spot in the side.
In 111 to start with-course games, he notched up 6 hundreds and 35 fifties, scoring 5673 runs, like job-very best score of 161 not out. His Listing A job, which began two a long time right before receiving his maiden to start with-course video game, was constrained to only 47 games. Nonetheless, he proved a lot more effective in the shorter structure, averaging 31.78.
Hugh Morris, Glamorgan Main Govt, hailed Bragg’s contribution to the side and stated, “Will Bragg has been an integral section of Glamorgan for a lot more than a decade. He was a big section of the dressing place and a high-quality batsman for the Club, so it really is unhappy to see his job finish prematurely.
“Will can glance back on his professional job with fantastic pleasure and on behalf of the club, the committee and all our supporters I want to thank him for his dedication to Glamorgan and would like him and his household all the incredibly very best in the potential.”