Former Australia all-rounder Cameron White announced his retirement from professional cricket on Friday. In this way, his career spanning nearly two decades came to an end. Cameron now wants to focus on a coaching career.
The 37-year-old White, who played four Tests, 91 ODIs and 47 T20Is for Australia, also captained his side in seven matches of the limited overs. He said that he will now focus on coaching.
“I definitely stopped playing,” said White. that is for sure.’ He said, ‘I had a one-year contract with the Strikers. I only played a few matches for them last year and I needed to do well in those matches to get the agreement again.
White said, ‘To be honest, I am very satisfied. I feel that my time as a player is over and now I am ready to focus on coaching.
White is currently coaching Victoria’s under-19 team online. Cameron took 146 runs and 5 wickets in four Tests, apart from 2072 runs and 12 wickets in 91 ODIs, he has 984 runs and one wicket in his account.