Amy Satterthwaite Retires from All Forms of Cricket
One of the most trusted names in the New Zealand women’s team Amy Satterthwaite, captain retires from all forms of cricket. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has congratulated the cricketer on his 15-year long career. She has played in a number of ICC events and bilateral series in his international career.
Amy Satterthwaite, 35, announced her retirement on Thursday. She was a member of the White Fans squad for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, the highest ODI cricketer for the New Zealand women’s team.
Her career will be advertised against England, taking 6 wickets for 16 runs in 2006 and scoring four consecutive ODI centuries in 2016-17. ICC chief executive Geoff Allardyce says Satterweight is a hero to many. She wants Amy to be involved in cricket in one way or another.
Left-arm batsman Amy Satterthwaite has scored 4639 runs in 145 ODIs, including six centuries and 26 fifties. She has scored 164 runs in 111 T20s in 1 fifty. She has taken 50 ODIs and 26 Twenty20 wickets in offspin bowling.
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