Updated: 19/07/2012 11:14 | By pa.press.net

Park parts company with Derbyshire



Garry Park, right, has left Derbyshire Falcons

Garry Park, right, has left Derbyshire Falcons

Batsman Garry Park has left Derbyshire by mutual consent after learning his contract would not be renewed.

The 29-year-old, who joined the Falcons at the end of the 2008 season, has made 29 first-class appearances, a further 78 in limited-overs competitions and scored 1,000 County Championship runs in his first season with them. His contract was due to expire at the end of this season but he has been released early, the club have confirmed.

"I would personally like to thank Garry for his service and commitment to Derbyshire County Cricket Club since his arrival in 2008," head coach Karl Krikken said.

"Garry has always given 100% to the cause and has been a popular member of the playing staff. It goes without saying that everybody connected with the club wishes him all the very best in his future pursuits."

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