Worcestershire CCC honoured long-serving opening batsman Daryl Mitchell in a presentation ceremony held during lunch on the third day of the LV=Insurance County Championship fixture with Leicestershire at New Road.
Daryl is hanging up his spikes after 17 seasons as a first-team player at the end of this summer – six of them as captain.
Worcestershire CCC Chairman Fanos Hira, and President Cynthia Crawford, presented Daryl with three colour prints.
They highlighted his red ball and white ball cricket achievements in a ceremony held in front of the Basil D’Oliveira Stand.
The 37-year-old was warmly applauded by members, spectators, players and officials after being handed the prints.
Daryl’s record in red-ball cricket consists of 225 appearances,13,911 runs, 39 centuries, 55 half-centuries, 300 first class catches and 33 wickets.
In white-ball cricket, his stats are 35 List A and 177 T20 appearances, 3,466 List A and 2,341 T20 runs, 4 List A centuries and 22 fifties, 17 T20 fifties, 56 List A and 74 T20 catches, 81 List A and 101 T20 wickets.
He will take up a full-time role as PCA Cricket Operations Director in October.