Batter Nick Selman has left Glamorgan and can return to Australia after six years within the first workforce squad.
Selman, 25, and the membership haven’t agreed a brand new deal regardless of his being prime scorer within the One-Day Cup title-winning marketing campaign.
He managed just one half-century in 5 Championship matches and misplaced his T20 likelihood when he contracted Covid-19.
The Brisbane-born batsman made 2883 first-class runs for the county in 61 matches at a median of 26.75.
Selman, who performed Aussie Guidelines for Queensland age group sides as an adolescent, moved to the UK to chase an expert cricket profession.
He trialled for Kent earlier than being signed by Glamorgan for the 2016 season and total made seven Championship centuries, with a prime rating of 150 in opposition to Gloucestershire in Newport in 2019.
He was initially seen as a specialist four-day batsman, but in addition averaged 26 in T20 cricket with a decent strike-rate of 129.
Within the 2021 One-Day Cup, Selman hit 140 away to Leicestershire, 92 within the closing group match in opposition to Yorkshire and 59 within the semi-final win over Essex.
“I’ve loved my time at Glamorgan however the previous couple of years have been tough being away from family and friends in Australia, and I really feel now is an efficient time to take a step again and reassess my subsequent steps,” Selman informed the membership web site.
Director of cricket Mark Wallace added: “Nick performed an vital half in our Royal London Cup triumph, and has made vital contributions on and off the sector. Everybody on the membership needs him the perfect for the longer term.”
Coach Matthew Maynard indicated that both Joe Cooke or new signing Eddie Byrom will open the Championship batting alongside David Lloyd in 2022.
Bulletins are but to be made on the way forward for three different out-of-contract gamers, Andrew Salter, Tom Cullen and Joe McIlroy, and on the membership captaincy for 2022.