Roderick presented with framed cap and shirt
22 October 2020
Wicket-keeper batsman Gareth Roderick was presented with his Gloucestershire shirt and cap (no. 633) as a thank you from the Gloucestershire players and staff.
Roderick, who made his Gloucestershire debut in 2013 will be joining Worcestershire ahead of the 2021 season.
The former First XI captain will move on after a memorable eight-year spell in Bristol in which he was part of the 2015 Royal London Cup winning side and a key player in last year’s promotion to Division One of the County Championship.
Roderick leaves Gloucestershire having made 88 First-Class, 47 List A and 37 Twenty20 appearances for The Shire.
Many Gloucestershire fans will remember Gareth playing a crucial role in the 2015 Royal London Cup winning side from behind the stumps and will not forget the winning runs he hit against local rivals Somerset in 2016 in front of a packed crowd at the Bristol County Ground.
Speaking on his time with Gloucestershire Cricket, Gareth said: “From Coaches, supporters, office staff and of course the boys in the dressing room, all I can say is a massive thank you to everyone. All have been part of an amazing eight years at the Glorious Glosters.
Through a Lords final win, a promotion and everything in between, it has been a privilege to wear the badge and represent such an amazing Club filled with great people.
I wish Denty, Daws and all boys every success and look forward to crossing paths in the near future.”
Everyone at Gloucestershire Cricket would like to thank Gareth for all his hard work on and off the field and wish him and his family the best of luck at Worcestershire and in the future.
The shirt and cap were framed courtesy of our Bespoke Framing Supplier Splash Gallery.
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