Christchurch: New Zealand women’s cricket legend Amy Satterweight has retired from international cricket. The 35-year-old’s announcement comes after he was dropped from the New Zealand Cricket Board’s contract list. Amy Satterweight is the seventh highest run scorer in women’s ODI cricket.
Records of Amy Satterweight
Amy Satterweight, an all-rounder known for her explosive batting, made her international debut in 2007. He led the national team in 2018 and 2019. She is New Zealand’s second highest run scorer in women’s ODI cricket. The Kiwis have also played more ODIs on Saturday. He scored 4639 runs at an average of 38.33 in 145 ODIs and 1784 runs at an average of 21.49 in 111 matches in the International T20. He has seven centuries and 27 fifties in ODIs.
He also took 50 wickets in ODIs and 26 in T20s. The New Zealand bowler’s best bowling performance in T20I is in the name of Saturnweight. In 2007, he took six wickets for 17 runs against England. 4/13 Best bowling performance in ODIs.
But Amy Satterweight excelled in batting. Top scorer in the 2016 T20 World Cup. Recorded four consecutive ODI centuries in the 2016-17 season. Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara is the only other player to achieve this feat.
Sadly Amy Satterweight
‘It is with some sadness that I say goodbye to international cricket. The few days after learning of the New Zealand Cricket Board’s decision to open new avenues for young players were tough. Disappointed at not getting a new contract. It was believed that cricket could still be played. However, the New Zealand Cricket Board agrees. “I wish the team all the best,” Amy Satterweight announced in a statement.