Elliot & Clint Mckay Cricketers- Retirement Announced

Grant Elliott announces retirement from ODI cricket

New Zealand all-rounder Grant Elliott announced retirement from One-Day International (ODI) cricket after ending T20 World Cup 2016 campaign.

After New Zealand ended their campaign in T20 World Cup 2016, the Kiwi all-rounder Grant Elliott announced retirement on Friday from One-Day International (ODI) cricket.
New Zealand coming undefeated in the semi-final, were ousted after their defeat against England. Although, Elliott was not his best with just 4 runs in the that innings against England. He remained unsuccessful in scalping wickets as well. Recently, Brendon McCullum retired from all forms of cricket after the Test series against Australia, although the Kiwis lost the match.

McKay Announced his retirement from international cricket.

Also Australian Seam Bowler Clint Mckay Announced retirement.The 33-year-old was disappointed he wasn’t selected to play more international cricket, though optimistic about Australia’s bowling stocks looking forward. “Yeah it was difficult to take,” McKay told Aussie cricket board., about losing his spot in Australia’s ODI team. “But that’s sometimes how things pan out. “I didn’t have a great series of India (in 2013) and that was the beginning of the end (of my international career). I came back to Australia and had a good summer – I only played three games but I did quite well in two of those three games.
McKay play a crucial part in the Sydney Thunder’s recent KFC Big Bash League-winning campaign and he finished as BBL|05’s leading wicket-taker, with 18. He will continue to play for the Thunder in the BBL.

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