West Indies legend Kieron Pollard retires from international cricket

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20 Apr 2022

Pollard was a West Indian trailblazer in white-ball cricket, becoming the first player to represent West Indies in over 100 T20I matches.


The 34-year-old Pollard announced that he has called time on a 15-year international career in order to “make room for those who will carry the game forward in West Indian colours”.


He was a key member of the team that won the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup in 2012, and only missed West Indies’ triumph at the 2016 tournament due to injury.


In total Pollard scored 2706 runs and took 55 wickets in ODI cricket. And in T20Is he racked up 1569 runs at a strike rate of 135.14, while also picking up 42 wickets with his handy medium pace.