England off-spinner Laura Marsh has introduced her retirement from all forms of cricket. Marsh had determined to retire from worldwide cricket final December and now she has taken the decision to bid adieu to all forms of the game following the cancellation of the inaugural season of The Hundred as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
“I have made the decision to retire from all forms of cricket. With the cancellation of The Hundred competition this year, I feel that it is the right time to hang up the boots. I want to say a huge thank you to all the teams and organisations I have represented over the years,” she mentioned in a Twitter submit.
“I owe an enormous quantity to each Kent & Sussex for the function they performed in my growth as a participant. Big thanks additionally to The Surrey Stars, Sydney Sixers, NSW Breakers and Otago Sparks.
“Every workforce I performed for developed me as a participant and an individual and I’m lucky to have made some lifelong mates and recollections over time. I’m excited for the subsequent chapter and stay up for giving again to the sport that has given me a lot,” she added.
Marsh had made her debut in 2006 in Tests as a quick bowler however switched to spin bowling later in her profession. She was half of the England squad that received the Women’s World Cup in 2009 and in 2017. She was additionally half of the T20 World Cup title-winning aspect in 2009.
The 33-year-old performed 9 Tests, 103 ODIs and 67 T20Is for England, selecting up 217 wickets throughout codecs.