Glamorgan wicketkeeper Mark Wallace has been re-elected as the chairman of the Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) for a second two-year term.
Wallace, 33, who took over from Vikram Solanki in January 2013, was re-elected unopposed at the PCA Annual General Meeting in Birmingham.
"Being PCA chairman is a great job, I've really enjoyed doing it," he said.
"The first term has been fantastic and to have another two years is great."
He combined his first term with the county captaincy after leading the side between 2012 and 2014, before being replaced by Jacques Rudolph for the coming season.
"It's a fantastic organisation, we have some great people involved in it and I think it is just going from strength to strength" Wallace said of the PCA.
"I'm particularly proud of the Personal Development work that we do. I believe some of the stuff we are doing is world-leading - I don't believe we are over-playing ourselves by saying that."
Wallace is likely to be a first-team regular again as a wicketkeeper batsman, after making a record 215 consecutive appearances in the county championship.