Former India women’s team captain Rumeli Dhar on Wednesday announced her retirement from all forms of the game.
The right-handed batter and medium-pacer announced her decision through an Instagram post.
”23 years of my cricket that started from Shyamnagar in West Bengal has finally come to an end as I announce my retirement from all formats of cricket,” Dhar said in her post.
The 38-year-old played four women’s Tests, in which she scored 236 runs with one half-century. She has picked up eight Test wickets since making her debut against England in 2005 at Delhi. She played her last Test against the same opponent in 2006 at Taunton.