England and Nottinghamshire pacer Harry Journey He announced his decision to retire at the age of 34. Journey’s career suffered injuries and was recovering from a shoulder injury when he announced his decision to cut off his shoe.
The Left Arm stabilizer appeared on 10 ODI and 2 T20I England units, picking up 11 and 3 wickets, respectively. Harry Journey tasted more success in his domestic and T20 career. Aside from winning three titles in one day with Nottinghamshire, he was also a key figure in the team’s T20 Blast victory in 2017.
Also like Harry Gurney Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the IPL, claiming seven wickets in eight matches.
Announcing his retirement, Harry Gurney announced to the Nottinghamshire official website that it was time for him to hang his shoes. He was quoted as saying:
“After trying to recover from my last shoulder injury, I am really disappointed that I have to end my playing career as a result. Since the first time I picked up a cricket ball at the age of 10, I was totally obsessed. Cricket has been my life for 24 years and it has taken me in A wonderful journey that I will cherish forever.
Harry Gurney added that playing in England and various T20 tournaments was more than he had expected in his career. Pacer said:
“Playing for England, in the IPL, winning eight titles at home and abroad including Blast, Big Bash and CPL has surpassed my wildest dreams. I was always ready to leave cricket and discovered a new path in business that gives me the same excitement I felt when I found out.” The game all those years. “
“This is the path that I will take now, with immediate effect, as I found that this injury is recovering from many mountains that cannot be climbed,” Gurney added.
Harry Gurney was a great player who won a match: Mick Newell
Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club director of cricket, Mick Newell, who brought Harry Gurney for the team, Tailor’s left arm described as a brilliant winner of the match.
Newell is quoted as saying:
“Harry has been a great player and has won matches at this club for a number of years. He has held a place in limited competition lately and has been very successful at that at home and abroad. But his record in the first division game is something he can be very proud of as well.”
Harry Gurney ended his cricket career with 310 first-class wickets from 103 matches and 190 scalps in 156 T20s.
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