The Worcestershire legend batsman Daryl Mitchell is set to retire from playing cricket after the 2021 season. The 37-year-old English batsman has played so many matches and was one of the exquisite batsmen of his time. He mostly played in First-class cricket.
The opening batsman is also the representative for Worcestershire on the Professional Cricketers Association (PCA). The Worcestershire legend batsman has also played many T20 matches as well as List A cricket. Not only in England but he has played in many parts of the world. The legend has a great batting record in first-class cricket as well as in the other forms in which he featured. Daryl has scored a total of 13,839 runs in 221 matches in First-class cricket. While performing in List A cricket the opening batsman has more than three thousand runs to his name. He made his debut with the Worcestershire team in the year 2002. Being one of the important first-team players in the team, he was then made a captain of the team in 2010, after the former captain of Worcestershire, Vikram Solanki who is currently serving in the English side as a coach, resigned.
“It’s been a great time for me here, I will slip into the PCA role full-time as of October,” Daryl Mitchell said to BBC Sport.