England’s veteran allrounder, Jenny Gunn has referred to as time on her 15-year worldwide profession. She was a part of the ODI World Cup profitable England workforce  in 2009 and 2017 and the workforce that emerged victorious within the Girls’s World T20 in 2009.
🔴 With bat…🏏 With ball…🗓 For 15 years!🙌 #ThankYouJenny— England Cricket (@englandcricket) October 15, 2019

Making her debut as a youngster in 2004, Gunn went on to make 259 appearances throughout codecs, profitable three World Cups and 5 Ashes collection.
She made her worldwide debut on the planet’s first T20 worldwide – towards New Zealand at Hove. Her ultimate outing got here towards West Indies at Chelmsford in June 2019.
Gunn, a disciplined new ball bowler, is England’s second-highest wicket-taker (136) in ODIs behind Katherine Brunt (148). She is third amongst English bowlers in T20Is, choosing up 75 wickets within the shortest format.
In her 11-match Take a look at profession, she picked up 29 wickets and scored 391 runs. In her ultimate Take a look at look, she picked up her greatest figures of 5 for 19 towards India at Wormsley in 2014.  The 34-year-old has made many a helpful contribution as a lower-order batter, scoring 2702 runs in all three codecs for England, with seven half-centuries and a better of 73 towards New Zealand in an ODI.
“I have made one of the hardest decisions and decided the time has come to retire from international cricket,” mentioned Gunn. “I began as a younger child taking part in the sport I cherished for enjoyable and I may solely dream of changing into an expert cricketer.
“I’ve been fortunate sufficient to play in some nice groups and to be a part of some wonderful battles over time however as a small lady I all the time mentioned I wished to place a World Cup medal subsequent to my dad’s European Cup winner’s medal, and there are actually three of them subsequent to his medal on the mantelpiece!
“I’m so grateful for the support throughout my career and I couldn’t have done it without my friends. But most of all, I couldn’t have done it without my family, all of whom have been there for me every step of the way.”
Gunn’s father Bryn performed soccer for the Nottingham Forest facet that gained the European Cup underneath Brian Clough in 1980.


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