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Bollinger announces retirement from all forms of cricket CricBuzz Live

Bollinger announces retirement from all forms of cricket CricBuzz

 

Doug Bollinger played 12 Tests, 39 ODIs and nine T20Is. Doug Bollinger, the previous Australia and New South Wales left-arm fast, has reported his retirement from cricket, on Monday (February 5).

The 36-year-old played 12 Test matches, 39 One-Day internationals (ODI) and nine Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is). Despite the fact that he had a concise Test profession enduring under two years, Bollinger delighted in much achievement stowing 50 wickets at a normal of 25.92. He likewise asserted 62 ODI scalps at 23.9.

Bollinger influenced his First-Class to make a big appearance in 2002-03 season before playing his first Test in January of 2009 against South Africa in Sydney. A religion figure, Bollinger’s fizzing identity and torch rocking the bowling alley made him a fan top pick. Most as of late, he was an individual from the Sydney Sixers squad in the simply finished up Big Bash League however played just two matches.

Bollinger announces retirement from all forms of cricket CricBuzz Live

Bollinger announces retirement from all forms of cricket CricBuzz Live

 

 

“My first chief for NSW was Steve Waugh, which was amazing,” Bollinger said. “I played under some awesome chiefs and players for NSW and Australia including Steve, Michael Clarke and Ricky Ponting. To play for 15 or 16 seasons with the SCG as my home ground has been astonishing.

“It’s been an awesome ride. I met such a large number of brilliant individuals and accomplished a definitive aspiration of playing Test cricket for Australia,” he included.

James Sutherland, Cricket Australia CEO, paid tribute to Bollinger. “He was a savage contender on the field who gave his everything each time he spoke to his nation. He was an adroit bowler who asserted more than 100 worldwide wickets and appreciated accomplishment against the best on the planet.”

 

Updated: February 5, 2018 — 12:25 pm
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