After 20 years, 5 of them as captain and nearly 27,000 runs in all formats, Vikram Solanki is to leave Worcestershire CCC at the end of this season.
Chief Executive, David Leatherdale said it is with regret that Solanki is leaving:
The club said it understood Vikram's wish to have greater certainty about his future and gave him permission to talk to other clubs which the club says lead to Vikram being offered and accepted an offer from Surrey.
Solanki expressed his gratitude for the years he has spent with the Club citing he has many good memories as a result:
Vikram went on to confirm his new contract with Surrey CCC at the Kia Oval:
Social networking site Twitter is buzzing with words of thanks and well-wishes from supporters of the Club and Solanki.
The next match is on the 18th July which sees Worcestershire CCC play against Old Trafford in Lancashire.