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India seam bowling all-rounder Rumeli Dhar has announced her retirement from all forms of international cricket. The 38-year old, who featured in 18 T20Is, 78 ODIs and four Tests for India, posted a message on her social media to announce the same.

“23 years of my cricket career that started from Shyamnagar in West Bengal, has finally come to an end as I announce my retirement from all forms of cricket,” Dhar wrote on Instagram.

“The journey has been a prolonged one with highs and



lows. The high was representing the Indian Women’s cricket team, playing the World Cup final in 2005 as well as leading the Women in Blue. A string of injuries plagued my career but I always come back stronger to make it count. Today as I bid adieu to the sport I have always loved, I thank my family, the BCCI, my friends, the teams I represented (Bengal, Railways, Air India, Delhi, Rajasthan and Assam) for believing in my abilities and giving me the opportunity to play for their teams. They helped pave my way towards the India team.”
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