Karl Hibbert is leaving his role as head groundsman at Moulton Harrox Cricket Club
Moulton Harrox Cricket Club are looking for a new groundsperson after the long-serving Karl Hibbert decided to step down from his role.
Hibbert has been a stalwart of the South Lincs and Border League club for a number of years and will remain with Moulton in a playing capacity.
The club said: "As a club we would like to express our sincere gratitude to Karl.
"He has been one of the absolute stand-outs in Lincolnshire cricket, driving Moulton forward and producing some of the best facilities in the county.
"Karl has dedicated immeasurable amounts of time and effort to the club, which everyone appreciates.
"He is taking a step back from being head groundsman for a well earned rest, but we are pleased to say that he will be staying at the club so we look forward to many a run being scored next year."
Anyone interested in taking on the groundsperson role should email MoultonHarroxCC@outlook.com for further information.
Responsibilities will include taking the lead on square management, including cutting, rolling and marking as well as end of season groundwork. Equipment is provided.
Harrox have also signed a new overseas player for next season with New Zealander Flynn McMillan replacing Jamie Kitchen after a successful spell with the club.