Michael Hogan injury 'a blow' for Glamorgan says Hugh Morris
Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris says an injury to fast bowler Michael Hogan is "a blow" for the county.
Hogan, 33, injured a hamstring while playing for Western Australia recently and is due to arrive back in the United Kingdom on 1 April.
Glamorgan begin their championship season away to Leicestershire on 12 April.
"It's obviously a blow to us. he's a really important part of the team," said Morris.
"Our medical team will be assessing him when he arrives and continuing his rehabilitation."
Morris added: "With hamstring injuries it's sometimes difficult to tell [how long players are out for].
"Once we've had a good look at him we'll be in a much better position to assess that."
Hogan has been a crucial strike bowler for Glamorgan in the last two seasons, claiming 98 wickets in all competitions last season despite missing three weeks on paternity leave.
He suffered a hamstring injury playing for Western Australia in February and has been ruled out of the Sheffield Shield final against Victoria following a recurrence of the problem in training.