A bungling Australian player has said goodbye to cricket. These players are none other than Cameron White, who played more than 140 international matches for the country.
Cameron White has decided to retire from international cricket as well as domestic cricket on Friday. Cameron White still wants to stay connected with cricket and he wants to start his new innings as a coach.
Caron White, who played 4 Tests, 91 ODIs and 47 T20 Internationals for the Australian team from 2005 to 2018, will no longer be seen as a player in professional cricket.
Cameron White, 37, will begin his coaching career with the Melbourne Cricket Club. Speaking to the Australian Cricket Board website, White, the former Kangaroo captain, said, “I have definitely finished playing cricket, it is completely true.”
He has said, “I had a one-year contract with the (Adelaide) Strikers. I only played a handful of matches with them last year and in those matches I needed to play really well to make another deal, but that’s Not done.
To be honest, I have a lot of good material (for coaching). I think my time is definitely up, I have had enough from the point of view of play and I am ready to focus on coaching. . “
Cameron White, who played 4 Tests, 91 ODIs and 47 T20 matches for the country, has also played 47 IPL matches. As a batsman, White has scored 146 runs in 4 Tests, 2072 runs in 91 ODIs, 984 runs in 47 T20 matches and 954 runs in 47 IPL matches.
In ODI cricket he managed to score two centuries, as he was allowed to bat in the middle order, while as a bowler he has taken 5 wickets in Tests, 12 in ODIs and 1-1 in T20 and IPL matches.