Sussex Cricket and its Head Coach, Mark Davis, have parted company by mutual consent.
Mark was part of Sussex Cricket’s ‘golden era’ as both a player and coach during which time the club won three first division County Championships and a number of one-day competitions.
Mark represented the club as a player for five years and was an integral part of the first ever County Championship winning team in 2003.
He then became 2nd XI Coach before being appointed Assistant Coach under Mark Robinson.
He was appointed Head Coach in 2016 and had the task of establishing a new team to take forward into the next decade.
Davis said: “I have established a very strong squad including Jofra Archer, Stiaan van Zyl and Laurie Evans and given opportunity to a number of young players who will no doubt achieve great things in the future.
“The professional squad is very well set for the challenges ahead and I am confident these players will bring silverware to the club.
“I would like to thank all the players, support staff and coaches who supported me, as well as all the faithful Sussex supporters”.