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Cricket: Glamorgan resign Welsh batsman Mike O’Shea

Glamorgan Cricket have resigned Welsh batsman Mike O’Shea on a one-year deal and will join up with the squad with immediate effect.

O’Shea was part of the Glamorgan Squad in 2005 when he made his first-class debut against Bangladesh A at Abergavenny at the age of 17.

The England Under-19 international was at the county for four years before being released from his contract in 2009.

Last year, whilst playing for the Unicorns, Mike recaptured his form averaging over 50 with the bat in their successful 40 over campaign, which has now earned him a new contract with the county.

Glamorgan’s Managing Director of Cricket, Colin Metson said: “We are delighted that Mike has rejoined Glamorgan, he is a talented cricketer, who, since leaving the club in 2009 has continued to impress with the Unicorns”.

O’Shea is looking forward to returning to the county and is relishing the opportunity.

He said: “I appreciate Glamorgan giving me this second chance and look forward to meeting the players again and working with the new captain and coach, said O’Shea.

“I am more determined than ever to succeed and repay those who have put their faith in my ability”.

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