By CricketCountry Staff
Sydney: Jun 27, 2012
Australian Cricketers Association boss Paul Marsh said this move of the 35-year-old Lee is selfless and unlikely to be replicated.
“It was a very selfless thing that he did,” ACA chief Marsh said.
Lee announced on Tuesday that he did not want to sign a NSW contract as he would be playing only a handful of one-day matches at state level next summer.
He believes the upgraded Cricket Australia contract, which will fetch him $190,000 will be enough.
However, Lee said he would be available for NSW on a ''match-by-match'' basis, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.