Deandra Dottin retires from international cricket

Barbados cricketer Deandra Dottin has announced retirement from international cricket with an immediate effect. The shocking news came after Barbados Women lost by a heavy margin of nine wickets against Australia in the ongoing Commonwealth games 2022.

Women's cricket has been introduced for the first time in CWG, and Barbados made a good start to their campaign. They won the opening match against Bismah Maroof-led Pakistan Women's Cricket Team. 

The all-rounder started her international career in 2008. Since then, she has featured in 143 ODIs and 125 T20Is, scoring 3737 and 2689 runs, respectively, alongside gathering 72 and 62 scalps.

She took it to Twitter and penned out clarifying that she will continue to feature in domestic cricket across the world.

Thanks to all for the love and support with in my past 14 years of playing cricket for West Indies! I look forward to be playing domestic cricket around the world

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