Somerset batsman Marcus Trescothick has announced that he will be retiring from professional cricket at the end of this season.
The 43-year-old made his debut for the county in 1993 and has enjoyed a hugely successful career, scoring 19,645 First Class runs, with more First Class centuries (52) and more List A runs (7374) than any player in Somerset's history.
Trescothick played 76 Test matches for England, scoring 5,800 runs at an average of 43.79. In 123 One Day Internationals he racked up 4,335 runs at an average of 37.37.
His award-winning memoir, Coming Back To Me, explored the mental health issues which led to the end of his international career and led to a better understanding of the pressures facing modern-day athletes.