John Davison might be able to devote more time to Canadian cricket after he was dropped by South Australia in a move which could signal the beginning of the end of his time with the state.
Although Davison is currently South Australia's one-day vice-captain, Paul Nobes, SA's chairman of selectors, said that Davison had "no future" with the state.
"Davo's form hasn't been up to the standard we would like," Nobes admitted. "He's been dropped from the first-class arena and now the one-day arena. As a 34-year-old, the way we're heading, his chances are very, very limited.
"Davo is pretty much resigned to the fact," Nobes added. "It's just one of those things ... the time has come."