Kent and former England batsman Rob Key is to retire with immediate effect.
The 36-year-old right-hander has spent his entire career at Kent and captained the county in two spells.
He played 15 Tests for England, including a double century against West Indies at Lord’s in 2004, as well as five ODIs and one T20 international.
The opener made his debut in 1998 and scored 19,419 first-class runs, including a career-best 270 not out against Glamorgan in 2009.
More to follow.