Wallace extends Glamorgan stay
Glamorgan captain Mark Wallace has extended his contract until the end of the 2016 season, the county have announced.
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The long-serving wicketkeeper-batsman, who enjoyed a benefit year in 2012, has made 216 first-class appearances since his debut in 1999.
The 31-year-old holds a number of county records as a wicketkeeper.
He became the Welsh side's youngest gloveman at 17, their first keeper to pass 1,000 runs in a season in 2011 and is their highest aggregate runscorer among specialist wicketkeepers.
Under his captaincy Glamorgan reached the final of the YB40 competition last season.
Wallace said: "From being Glamorgan's youngest-ever wicketkeeper, I have enjoyed becoming club captain and one of the senior players.
"I'm very happy to extend my stay with the club and, having sampled leading the side to play in a showpiece final at Lord's this year, it has only made me and the rest of the dressing room more determined to continue to achieve future success with Glamorgan."