The 32 year old New Zealand all rounder Scott Styris said “good bye” to Tests and first-class cricket on Sunday. But he is eyeing to play next year’s (2011) ICC World Cup.
He was one of the best all rounder in
He has wished to continue playing in limited over matches and Twenty20 Internationals. The all time form and reliable middle order batsman cum useful medium pace bowler made his debut against West Indies at
This player also played 142 One-Day Internationals for his team where he scored 3440 runs at an average of 33.07 with four hundreds and a high score of 141. He told that he will play in the limited over matches for his team as many as possible.
Scott Styris’s announcement of taking retirement comes just after a week after fast bowler Shane Bond confirmed his retirement to join the rebel Indian Cricket League.
Styris is one of the renowned