Ian Bradshaw calls it a day

West Indian bowler Ian Bradshaw has announced his retirement from international cricket following his side’s exit from the Cricket World Cup.

Bradshaw started his one-day career in 2004 against Australia after being overlooked for much of his earlier career. He made a name for himself as a medium pace fast bowler with consistent accuracy and the ability to swing the ball.

The 32 year old played 62 ODIs taking 78 wickets and scoring 356 runs. He also played five Test matches, three against New Zealand and two against India in 2006.

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