Cameron White retired from international cricket after a 20-year-long cricketing career

Former Australian Australian Cameron White has retired from cricket at the age of 37. According to Cricket.com.com’s report, White said, “I definitely retired from the game. It is certain.”

Cameron White played his last international match in the year 2018 against England’s 50-over cricket. He was continuously active in domestic cricket and the Big Bash League after this. He has been active in the cricket world for the past 20 years.

He said, “I had a one-year contract with the Strikers. I played only a few crickets with him last year. I really needed to play well to get another chance. To be honest, I think my time is definitely over. I am ready to focus on coaching. ”

Victoria all-rounder White has played four Tests, 91 ODIs and 47 T20 matches for Australia. He has also led Australia in limited overs cricket seven times.

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