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Amy Satterthwaite announces retirement from international cricket after New Zealand contract snub | Sports-Games

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New Zealand's vice-captain Amy Satterthwaite has called time on her international career. She made her international debut in 2007 and continued on to play 111 T20Is and 145 ODIs. Her 1784 runs are the third highest in New Zealand women's history.
1 month ago·New Zealand

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Satterthwaite retires from international cricket

New Zealand all-rounder Amy Satterthwaite retires from international cricket after not being awarded a central contract by her country's cricket board.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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News18 India

New Zealand's Satterthwaite calls time on international career

Satterthwaite, who took time out from the game in the 2019-20 season to have her daughter Grace with wife Lea Tahuhu, will continue to play domestic cricket.

1 month ago·India
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The Hindu

New Zealand's Satterthwaite calls time on international career

The hard-hitting all-rounder, who made her international debut in 2007 and captained her country in 2018 and 2019, scored 4,639 runs in 145 ODIs at an average of 38.33, and another 1,784 for her country in Twenty20 matches.

1 month ago·India
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NDTV

Amy Satterthwaite Retires From International Cricket After New Zealand Contract Snub

New Zealand Women vice-captain Amy Satterthwaite called curtains on her international career which spanned 15 years after not being offered a contract by the national cricket board.

1 month ago·New Delhi, India
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Stuff

White Ferns veteran Amy Satterthwaite retires from international cricket

White Ferns' great calls time on her decorated 15-year international career after being informed she won't be on NZ Cricket's annual contract list.

1 month ago·New Zealand
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Otago Daily Times

Satterthwaite calls time on international career

Amy Sattethwaite will continue playing domestic cricket. Photo: Getty Images Amy Satterthwaite, the seventh most prolific batter in women's one-day internationals, has called time on her White Fern career, after New Zealand Cricket decided not to award her a central contract.

1 month ago
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