HAMPSHIRE skipper Dominic Cork is set to leave the club at the end of the season after the county decided not to renew his contract for 2012.
It brings to an end a three-year stay at The Rose Bowl for the former England all-rounder, who enjoyed Friends Provident 50-over and t20 success with the club in 2009 and 2010 respectively.
Hampshire manager Giles White said: ‘Dom has made an outstanding contribution to this club over the last three years.
‘He’s been a very popular figure and has played a huge part in a successful period in the club’s history.
‘Two trophies and leading the club to another Finals Day says it all. We wish him all the best for the future.”
Hants chairman, Rod Bransgrove added: ‘Dominic has had a fantastic impact on this club since his arrival in 2009.
‘I should like to thank him for his commitment, enthusiasm and contribution over these three seasons and wish him every success in the future.’