On Sunday, Indian all-rounder Stuart Binney announced his withdrawal from all forms of cricket.
The 37-year-old player participated in 6 tests, 14 ODIs and 3 T20Is. He also represented the Mumbai Indians, Royal Challenger Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The right-hander played first-rate cricket for Karnataka and later Nagaland, scoring 4796 points and selecting 148 wickets in 95 games.
Binney’s bowling statistics against Bangladesh in 2014 is 6-4, which is the best in ODI for Indians.
Binney, the son of 1983 World Cup champion all-rounder Roger Binney, said in a statement: “It makes me very happy to represent my country at the highest international level.” “I want to thank BCCI for my cricket. The huge role played in the journey. Their support and belief over the years is invaluable. Without Karnataka and their support, my cricket journey would not even have started. It has been my honor to be the captain And win trophies for my state.
“Thanks to the coach who encouraged me, and the selection who trusted me. Thank you to the captain who trusted me. Without my family, none of this would be possible. I set foot on the court every day thinking of them.
“Cricket runs through my blood and I will always look forward to giving back to all the games I have. I thank you for your continued support in my next game.”