Cosker pens new Glamorgan deal
Left-arm spinner Dean Cosker has signed a contract extension that will see him through to his 20th season at Glamorgan.
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The 35-year-old, who took his 500th wicket for the county last month, has committed his future for another two seasons.
Cosker said the return of Hugh Morris to the Welsh county for next season, following his stint as managing director at the England and Wales Cricket Board, had been a major factor in him staying on.
"I love taking wickets for Glamorgan and there is no feeling like it so I'm pleased to commit myself to Glamorgan for another two years," he said.
"I am a Welsh lad and am proud and honoured to be playing for this club, which is on the up.
"The appointment of Hugh Morris has played a significant part in this decision. I have huge respect for Hugh and he is highly respected within the game.
"He has been very influential with the way England have been successful over the last few years, so it is exciting times to have a Glamorgan legend back at the club, to see the young talent coming through and the elements of a good team coming together."