Leicestershire batsman Will Jefferson has been forced to announce his retirement due to injury.
The 32-year-old's announcement came on the anniversary of one of his finest moments.
Jefferson scored 7,096 first-class runs in his career at an average of 35.83 but will be best remembered by Foxes fans for his performance in the semi-final of last year's Friends Life t20 competition when he struck the match-winning six to secure a super-over success over Lancashire.
Jefferson, who also played for Essex and Nottinghamshire in a 12-year county career, said: "It is with a heavy heart that I have come to this decision, but with the medical advice I have received, it is the right time to move on."
Jefferson had been suffering from a hip injury, and he added: "Deciding on this day, exactly one year on from such a happy memory, seemed a fitting way to celebrate my career.
"I leave the game with friendships and memories to last a lifetime, and look forward to moving on and starting the next chapter of my life."