Allrounder Dottin quits Windies cricket

Deandra Dottin, whose 38-ball century versus South Africa stays the speediest hundred in women’s T20 Internationals, has retired from the West Indies facet citing unfavorable crew atmosphere.

The 31-yr-aged allrounder, at this time taking part in for Barbados at the Commonwealth Online games in Birmingham, declared the choice on Twitter adding she appeared ahead to “playing domestic cricket about the world”.

“… the current local climate and team setting has been non-conducive to my capability to thrive and reignite my passion,” said Dottin, who manufactured her West Indies debut in a 2008 ODI towards Eire.

“With substantially unhappiness but without having regret, I realise that I am no more time in a position to adhere to group tradition and staff atmosphere as it has undermined my capacity to conduct excellently.”

Dottin is the most-capped West Indies’ girls cricketer getting performed 124 2020 and 143 1-day internationals for them.

She turned the initial girl to smash a century in T20 Internationals pursuing her unbeaten 112 off 45 balls in a 2010 World Cup match towards South Africa in St Kitts.

She has scored shut to 6500 intercontinental runs and claimed 134 wickets with her medium pace in a job that contains stints in the WBBL with the Perth Scorchers and the Brisbane Warmth.

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