Veteran Gloucestershire off-spinner Martyn Ball has announced his retirement from professional cricket.
Ball was also chairman of the Professional Cricketers' Association
The 36-year-old spent his 19-year career at Gloucestershire, playing in 504 matches, taking 704 wickets and scoring more than 6500 runs.
He was also toured India as part of the England squad in 2001-02.
Ball said: "I have spent 19 fantastic years at Gloucestershire and have enjoyed becoming an integral part of a hugely successful one-day team."
During his time at the club, Gloucestershire won eight one-day titles.
Ball was also involved with the Professional Cricketers' Association, initially as a players' representative before rising to become chairman.
PCA group chief executive Richard Bevan added: "Martyn has had a distinguished career on the field and has been a superb ambassador for the PCA."
He will take up a position with a real estate development company based in America.