Australia’s Adam Voges Announces Retirement from International Cricket

Posted on:15 Feb 2017 09:35:54
Australia’s Adam Voges Announces Retirement from International Cricket
15 February 2017 Current Affairs: Australian cricketer Adam Voges has decided to retire from all formats of international cricket after playing his last match as captain of the team Prime Minister’s XI against Sri Lanka in Canberra on February 15, 2017.

Voges has played only 20 Tests for Australia after debuting at the age of 35 in 2015 and became the oldest debut centurion when he scored an unbeaten 130 against West Indies in Dominica.

During his career of test match period he scored 1485 runs with five centuries and four half-centuries. His batting average of 61.87 is second only to Donald Bradman among all batsmen with a minimum of 20 Tests.

He played his last match in Western Australia’s Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania in November 2016.

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