The West Indies Players’ Association (WIPA) has saluted Deandra Jalisa Shakira Dottin on her retirement from International Cricket.
The Barbadian all-rounder is one of the leading cricketers in the West Indies Women’s team, having made her debut for the West Indies in 2008.
“We salute Deandra Dottin for fourteen years of stellar service to the West Indies. Deandra was a true match-winner for the West Indies and her numbers show that she is definitely a world-class player. We wish her all the best in her ongoing professional career and other future endeavours,” WIPA President and CEO Wavell Hinds said in a statement.
The 31-year-old has played 124 T20Is, taking 62 wickets and scoring 2681 runs at an average of 25.93, featuring two hundreds; and 143 ODIs, taking 72 wickets and scoring 3727 runs at an average of 30.54, featuring three hundreds.
In 2010, Dottin became the first woman to score a T20I century, an incredible show of dominance over just 38 balls, featuring five fours and nine sixes, still a women’s T20I record. PR/BT
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