Last Update on: August 13th, 2020 at 03:32 pm
Laura Marsh, the former England all-rounder, has called time on her cricketing career from all forms of the game.
The 33-year-old, who had retired from international cricket last year following her axing from the squad, was due to represent the Oval Invincibles in the newly formed concept ‘The Hundred’
But with the inaugural edition getting pushed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Marsh took to Twitter to announce her decision of calling it a day.
Laura Marsh played a crucial role in England’s 2009 and 2017 World Cup win
Marsh, the 2009 and 2017 50-over World Cup-winner, represented England in 9 Tests, 103 ODIs, and 67 T20Is, claiming 24, 129, and 64 wickets respectively.
“I have made the decision to retire from all forms of cricket,” Laura Marsh wrote on Twitter.
“With the cancellation of The Hundred competition this year, I feel it is the right time to hang up the boots. I want to say a huge thank you to all the teams and organizations I have represented over the years,” she added.
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Here’s what Laura Marsh tweeted
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.
— Laura Marsh (@lauramarsh7) August 12, 2020