Glamorgan legend Michael Hogan to retire from cricket in 2022

Australian seam bowler Michael Hogan will retire from the sport following his testimonial year in 2022.

The 40-year-old has made 248 appearances across all formats since joining the Welsh county in 2012.

Hogan has taken 589 wickets and earlier this year became the 22nd Glamorgan bowler to go pass the 400 mark in first-class cricket.

Announcing his retirement, Hogan said: "I am extremely grateful to the club for postponing my testimonial and allowing me to hold it next year.

"Wales has felt like home and I'm looking forward to enjoying another successful season at this great club next year before I hang up my boots for good."

Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris said: "Hoges has led our attack for nearly 10 years and will go down as one of the best players in our history and a true Glamorgan legend.

"He will be sorely missed by everyone at Glamorgan when he departs at the end of next year."

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