Glamorgan Cricket have today announced that James Harris will be leaving the County at the end of this season.
Over the past few weeks, the Club have held a number of meetings with James to discuss his future career, which culminated in the Club tabling a substantial contract offer to retain his services. Sadly, this offer was not accepted and James will now be leaving the Club.
Glamorgan Cricket would like to thank James for his outstanding contribution to the Club since making his debut back in 2007. He is a talented young cricketer and departs with the Club’s best wishes. Like all other cricket supporters, we hope that he will be able to fulfil his England ambitions in the near future.
Now that the uncertainty surrounding James’s future has been resolved, the Club will now focus on finalising the make-up of its playing squad for the 2013 season.
Earlier this month Glamorgan Cricket confirmed contracts had been agreed with seam bowlers Huw Waters and John Glover, whilst Australian pace bowler Michael Hogan will also be joining up with the County at the start of next season.