Star all-rounder Deandra Dottin, who is the fastest centurion in women's T20I has announced her retirement from West Indies women's cricket team. The 31-year-old cited that she was no longer able to "adhere to the team culture and environment."

The self-proclaimed "world boss" announced her retirement on Twitter."There have been many obstacles during my cricket career that I have had to overcome however, the current climate and team environment has been non-conductive to my ability to thrive and reignite my passion," Dottin said.

"With much sadness but without regret, I realize that I am no longer able to adhere

to team culture and team environment as it has undermined my ability to perform excellently," she added.

Dottin has made no indication that she has retired from any other team barring West Indies.

She also tweeted about being keen on playing domestic cricket across the world."Thanks to all for the love and support in my past 14 years of playing cricket for the West Indies! I look forward to playing domestic cricket around the world," Dottin added.

Dottin became the first woman to score a century in the shortest format of the game during a World T20 match against South Africa in 2010. 
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