Katherine Brunt retires. (File Pic)
This player made his Test debut in 2004 and has decided to say goodbye to his career of 18 years. However, she will continue to play in limited overs.
Katherine Brunt, the legendary player of the England women’s cricket team, has taken a big decision. Katherine has said goodbye to Test cricket on Saturday. Katherine is the highest wicket-taker for England in international cricket. He has taken this decision at the peak of his career. However, she will continue to play limited overs cricket. Catherine has said that the thought of retiring was going on in her mind for a long time. That’s why he has taken a wise decision without coming into emotions. He also said that it was a sad decision for him to say goodbye to Test cricket.
Her decision means that she will not take part in the only Test match to be played against South Africa from June 27. Katherine made her Test debut in 2004. A year later, he took nine wickets and a half-century in the Ashes series and helped England win the Ashes for the first time in 42 years.