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Colin Munro announces retirement from international cricket

Colin Munro of New Zealand. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Star New Zealand cricketer Colin Munro has announced his retirement from international cricket. With 3010 runs in 128 matches across formats, Munro has not played for the national team in the last four years, with his last appearance coming against India in 2020.

The southpaw made his debut in the shortest format in December 2012 before making his ODI debut the following month. The 37-year-old, who also has three centuries in T20Is, was a part of the T20 World Cup squads in 2014 and 2016 and was a part of the Black Caps side that lost the ODI World Cup 2019 final.

Predominantly considered a white-ball specialist, Munro has only played one Test match in his career, in January 2013. His retirement was announced by the official account of New Zealand’s cricket team across their social media handles.

“Thanks, Colin! @munro82 has announced his retirement from international cricket, officially calling time on an international career that spanned 123 matches,” BlackCapsNZ captioned the post.

 

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