Tom Poynton, the Derbyshire wicketkeeper, has announced his retirement from the game aged 26. Poynton was involved in a car crash in 2014 - in which his father was killed - and the ankle injury he sustained has continued to cause problems, prompting his decision to quit.Until last month, Poynton had been involved in every game for Derbyshire this season. However, the ankle flared up again and is expected to require further surgery, with Poynton deciding it will no longer hold up to the rigours of playing professionally.Its been a really difficult decision to retire from the game I love, but the medical diagnosis and advice means I know that its the right decision, Poynton said. Im grateful to everyone in the Derbyshire cricket family and further afield who have helped me during my career, both on and off the field.Ive loved playing for Derbyshire, a club Ive been associated with for over 10 years, and Im sad to leave. I now need to focus on the next stage of my life after cricket. Theres a few opportunities that Im going to pursue and Im excited about what lies ahead.Poynton came through Derbyshires academy, representing England Under-19s and going on to play more than 100 matches for the county. He made his Derbyshire debut aged 17 and in 2012 was involved in the third-highest ninth-wicket partnership in first-class history, putting on 261 with Wayne Madsen and scoring his maiden hundred.In all, Poynton scored 1155 runs in first-class cricket, to go with 107 catches and 10 stumpings. While recovering from his injuries during the 2014 season, he worked in the clubs marketing department.Derbyshires chief executive, Simon Storey, said: Tom is a model professional and leaves the club with a gap to fill on and off the field. He is a natural leader and fine cricketer who has overcome great personal tragedy in the process of representing his home county.He has shown huge commitment and courage to get back playing first-class cricket at Derbyshire and on behalf of the whole club - members, sponsors, supporters and staff - we all wish Tom every success in the future. Yeezy 350 v2 Static Pas Cher . -- Arizona raced out to a big lead and did not back off, hitting the accelerator instead. Fausse Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Pas Cher . The move comes after the Canadiens were approached by the Buffalo Sabres for permission to speak to Dudley - a former Sabres player and head coach. "The Sabres called for permission and I appreciate that, Im flattered, Dudley told TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun of ESPN. http://www.pascheryeezy350v2.fr/fausse-yeezy-350-v2-black.html . A lawyer for MLB, Matthew Menchel, confirmed Wednesday the league dropped its case against Biogenesis of America, its owner Anthony Bosch and several other individuals. The lawsuit had accused Biogenesis and Bosch of conspiring with players to violate their contracts by providing them with banned performance-enhancing substances. Yeezy 350 v2 Pas Cher Yeezy 350 V2 Black Non-Reflective Pas Cher . Instead of dwelling on the negative, Oates focused on what was good about the clubs recent play. It worked.Houston, TX (Sports Network) - The Houston Rockets announced the signing of free agent forward Omri Casspi to a multi-year contract on Tuesday. Additional terms were not disclosed by the team, though Yahoo! Sports previously reported the former Cleveland Cavalier agreed to a two-year, $2 million deal that contains a team option for the 2014-15 season. Casspi, the first Israeli-born player to be picked in the NBA Drafts opening round, has averaged 7.9 points and 3.9 rebounds over four seasons in the league. The 25-year-old put up 10.3 points and 4.5 rebounds while startinng 31-of-77 games as a rookie for the Sacramento Kings, who took Casspi with the 23rd overall choice of the 2009 draft.dddddddddddd His numbers in both categories have declined in each season since, however, with the 6-foot-9 shooting specialist posting career lows of 4.0 points and 2.7 rebounds while playing under 12 minutes a game over 43 contests with the Cavaliers this past campaign. A career 35.3 percent shooter from 3-point range, Casspi will attempt to fill the role previously held by veteran Carlos Delfino, who was waived by the Rockets on June 30. ' ' '