Former Windies Women Cricket Captain Merissa Aguilleira declared his retirement from International Cricket. The former captain calls an end of a colorful cricket career through it.
Merissa Aguilleira and her cricket Career
After making her debut in international Cricket. She attained in 112 ODIs and 95 T-20s to end with 1752 and 768 runs respectively. Accordingly, she became a captain in 2009 and she led the team till 2015 and was at the helm of affairs in the World Cup final in 2013 and in three World T20s in 2010, 2012 and 2014 as well. She led the side one final time in the series against Pakistan in February this year, with Stafanie Taylor out injured. She also bagged over 100 dismissals as a ‘keeper with 78 catches and 26 stumping ODIs.
Marissa Aguilleira thanked all
Moreover, Former Windies Skipper, Marissa Aguilleira thanked all of her well-wishers. “I wish to thank all members of the team with which I worked and that worked with me to secure success in our endeavors to bring pleasure, pride, happiness. And inspiration to West Indian people everywhere.”
Then asserted his satisfaction to be the captain of Windies Women Cricket team. “It is an absolute honor to have been of service to West Indies cricket. My continued goal is to assist CWI to build and develop women’s cricket. And help others like me to achieve their dreams.”
CWI director thanked Merissa Aguilleira for her service
Jimmy Adams, CWI director thanked Merissa Aguilleira for her service to Windies Cricket. “From my own experience, this cannot be the easiest of times for Merissa. However, her dignity and candor in communicating this decision have been exceptional. The highest of accolades are due to her for a career spanning more than 10 years which included over 100 ODIs. Finally, Far exceeding the statistics, Merissa has been the epitome of professionalism throughout her career whilst consistently upholding the highest possible standards on and off the field.”
Then conclude with, “Personally I am very grateful to Merissa for all her help and assistance she gave me since I became Director of Cricket. And I have no doubt that she will continue to add value to the game in the region in the future. I wish her all the very best as she begins a new chapter in her life.”
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Therefore, Former Windies Women Cricket Captain Merissa Aguilleira declared his retirement from International Cricket. Hope she will spend her retirement well.