Cameron White said goodbye to professional cricket, now he will focus on coaching

Former Australian all-rounder Cameron White on Friday announced his retirement from professional cricket. In this way, his career spanning nearly two decades came to an end.

The 37-year-old White, who played four Tests, 91 ODIs and 47 T20 Internationals for Australia, also captained his team in seven limited-overs matches. He said that he will now focus on coaching.

“I definitely stopped playing,” White told Cricket.com.au. That’s 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.

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.