Shane Dowrich Announces International Retirement: A star wicketkeeper batsman has surprised everyone with his decision. This player has suddenly announced his retirement from international cricket. This player was out of the team for the last 3 years and was recently selected for the home ODI series starting from Sunday. But this player has also withdrawn his name from the upcoming series.
This player suddenly announced his retirement
West Indies wicketkeeper batsman Shane Dowrich has said goodbye to international cricket. Dowrich played his last Test match in December 2020. Whereas his last ODI international match was played in the year 2019 against Bangladesh in Dublin. He was recently selected for the ODI series against England starting on Sunday. Cricket West Indies has not announced any replacement for the ODI series and now only 14 players will remain in the squad.
Director of Cricket West Indies gave this statement
Director of Cricket West Indies Miles Bascombe thanked Shane Dowrich for his contribution and said that we would like to thank Shane for his contribution while playing for West Indies. He is a disciplined, hard-working cricketer who always gave his best in front of and behind the stumps. We respect his decision to retire and appreciate that it has not been easy. We wish him all the best.
Shane Dowrich’s career was like this
Shane Dowrich scored 1570 runs for West Indies in 35 Test matches at an average of 29.07, which included three centuries and nine half-centuries. At the same time, he scored 6 runs in the only ODI. At the same time, recently Shane Dowrich had scored 234 runs in five innings of Super50 Cup at an average of 78 with the help of one century and one half-century, due to this performance he returned to the ODI team but now suddenly he announced his retirement. done.
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