Jade Dernbach quits international cricket

England’s Jade Dernbach was super happy after his team lifted maiden World Cup by registering a sensational win over New Zealand in super over. Soon after this excitement, the fast bowler was happy to call it quits from international cricket.

Jade Dernback quits international cricket
Jade Dernbach announces his decision to retire from international cricket.

Having said that he will not be seen in international cricket, he will be plying his trade in the county side, Surrey. So from now, the experienced campaigner will be a regular starter in the Surrey club and will look to take responsibility to add a new dimension to the team’s department in county championships.

Hailing from South Africa, Jade Dernbach shifted to England when he was only 14 years old. At 17, he became Surrey’s youngest debutant in over 30 years to spice it up in the first-class cricket. In 2006, he became the Surrey’s top wicket-taker and also showcased his prowess in the Natwest Pro40.

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For his incredible performance, he was awarded ECB’s increment contract in 2011-2012 but unfortunately, he couldn’t make his presence count against India in the ODI series as he leaked too many runs.

However, his performance gradually improved in England’s limited over campaign against Pakistan and then he continued to be a part of the English squad in the shorter formats.

Jern Dernbach featured in the national cricket team in 24 ODIs and 34 T20Is. He was pretty decent enough to pick 34 and 39 wickets in the ODI and T20I setups at an economy rate around 6.

”I think this is a good time to announce that after a lot of consideration today I am announcing my international retirement. Thank you for all the support over the years but the team are in a good place moving forward. Looking forward to concentrating on Surrey now,” Jade Dernbach tweeted.

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