West Indies Wicket Keeper Shane Dowrich announced his Retirement from International Cricket yesterday. West Indies Cricket listed his name in the England series and he took his name back from the squad. However, His replacement hasn’t been announced yet. But It will be revealed as soon as possible. Today, we will know West Indies Cricketer Shane Dowrich Announce Retirement From International Cricket. Let’s have a look.
Shane Omari Dowrich which is his complete name was born on 30th October 1991 and is now a former West Indies player after retirement. Here we will look at his career performance. He was a right-handed Wicket Keeper Batsman. He made his test debut on 3rd June 2015 Against Australia and his ODI Debut on 7th May 2019 against Bangladesh.
West Indies Cricketer Shane Dowrich Announce Retirement From International Cricket
Next Month West Indies is scheduled to play the ODI Series against England and he has been picked in the West Indies squad. But he took his name back.
Shane Dowrich International Career is not big. But he has an overall good record in International Cricket. He played 35 Test Matches and scored 1570 Runs with an average of 29.07. He smashed 3 Century and 9 Centuries with the Highest Individual score throughout his Test career.
ODI Records is not so well. Because He has not played so many matches. He played just one match and scored only 6 runs.