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Michael Hogan pulls up stumps

SportFM favourite and former WA cricketer Michael Hogan has announced his retirement from country cricket.


Hogan has been playing at Glamorgan since 2013 and on Tuesday claimed his 653rd wicket for the county.


The 41-year-old last played in Australia in 2016 after starting his WA career four years earlier under the Justin Langer era.


Hogan said it was now time to focus on family but decided whether they will stay in the UK or move back to Australia.

"I'm 41 and need to spend more time with my family, I've missed out on a lot with the kids, and It's probably the right time for me, and for the club to look to the future.


"My wife has put her life on hold for the last 15 years while we've travelled around the world so maybe it's up to her what we do next. It's undecided whether it'll be in the UK or Australia.


"I'm incredibly happy with my form, it's been nice to play at such a great club, but time moves on, there's always a replacement and hopefully someone else will have a successful 10 or 15 year career with Glamorgan."


IMAGE: FILE

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