Laura Marsh has announced her retirement from all forms of cricket
Former England women’s all-rounder Laura Marsh has announced her retirement from all forms of cricket. Marsh ended his international career late last year after being dropped from the team.
However, she wanted to continue domestic cricket, even in the 100-ball ‘The Hundred’ tournament. The English women’s cricketer said goodbye to all forms of cricket after the tournament was postponed due to Corona’s influence.
Laura Marsh was scheduled to play for the Oval Invisibles in this new format of cricket. However, due to Corona, The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) was forced to postpone the tournament in 2021.
“I have decided to retire from all forms of cricket,” Marsh, 33, wrote on Twitter. After the postponement of The Hundred Tournament, I thought now was the best time to retire. I would like to thank all the teams I have represented over the years. ‘
‘I owe a lot to the role that Kent and Sussex Cricket Club have played in developing me as a cricketer. Many thanks to The Surrey Stars, Sydney Sixers, NSW Breakers, and Otago Sparks. Playing in every team, I have developed myself as a player and an individual. I am fortunate to have made some lifelong friends and memories over the years. ‘