Graeme White announces his retirement at the age of 36


Graeme White said that I’ve been very fortunate to have played for nearly 20 years.

Graeme White on his retirement

“I’ve been very fortunate to have played for nearly 20 years, something I couldn’t have imagined when I first joined the academy at 13,” he said. “The fans have always been so supportive throughout my career, and I hope that I’ve repaid them with performances that they’ve enjoyed and made them proud of.”

Graeme White further said about the club which has a special place in his heart

“The club has and will always hold a special place in my heart. I’m a local lad, and to put on the shirt as many times as I have at Wantage Road in front of our fans has been amazing,”. White was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo.

 “Winning the T20 Blast in 2016 will always be a massive highlight for me. To also be leaving as the club’s all-time T20 wicket-taker is something that I’m incredibly proud of.”. Graeme White concludes

The English spinner has 280 wickets in 276 matches in all the formats which he has been part of. He first was part of Nottinghamshire in the year 2001. He has done very much well in T20 format.

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