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Meaker will retire at the end of the season

Stuart Meaker,

Stuart Meaker, the Sussex, and former Surrey fast bowler have announced that he will retire at the end of the season.

Stuart Christopher Meaker is a cricketer who plays for Sussex. His family came to England from South Africa in 2001. And he was educated at Cranleigh School. For cricketing purposes.

During his 14-year playing career, the 32-year-old has taken 396 wickets in 203 professional matches across the three main formats.

Meaker was at his pomp between 2011 and 2012 when he took 98 first-class wickets across two English summers at an average in the lows 20s, including career-best figures of 8 for 52 against Somerset at the Oval in May 2012.

He also played 18 times in all formats for England Lions from 2011 to 2016.

Injuries took their toll on Meaker’s naturally quick, skiddy action, to the extent that he played a solitary Championship game for Surrey across two seasons in 2018 and 2019.

After announcing his retirement, Meaker said: “I’m sorry to say goodbye to Sussex and all the club’s fans.

“Thank you for the opportunity to get back out onto the field and get back to taking wickets again.

Sussex’s performance director Keith Greenfield added: “As Stuart has been the first to admit, he hasn’t had the results he would have liked during his time with us, but there can be no questioning his efforts.

“We would like to thank Stuart for his efforts while at Sussex and the time he has spent sharing his experience with our emerging crop of fast bowlers and wish him all the best for whatever he decides to do next. ESPN CRICINFO

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