Former England off-spinner Laura Marsh has announced her retirement from cricket at the mere age of 33.

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Laura Alexandra Marsh is a Former English Cricketer who started to play cricket at the age of 11. She started her career as a medium pace bowler but later on, it was found that the bowler is successful when she switched to off-spin. She also played for the team England when the team was a winner in Women’s Cricket World Cup in 2009 and 2017. She took 217 wickets in a total of 179 International matches. But sadly Laura March has announced her retirement from International Cricket in December 2019.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic situation, the many matches including The Hundred has been postponed. With this, it has made her decision more firm to take retirement from all forms of the games in August 2020. She was supposed to represent Oval Invincible in the inauguration of the new competitions. But the tournament was postponed till 2021. She even tweeted that, ”With the cancellation of The Hundred this year, she felt it the right time to hold from the games. She is very glad that she made very good friends during her cricketing tenure and she will have lots of amazing memories with her even after she goes off the pitch. She is very much excited about the new chapter and looking forward to seeing what new life will give her.

To conclude:

Everyone is going to miss the former spinner, Laura Marsh on the pitch as finding such talent is really hard, and playing alongside her was an amazing opportunity. She has given a lot to the game and the team. Now, everyone will look forward to seeing the player again on the pitch, and the future is uncertain, she might try her hand again with the ball. Until then stay safe and stay at home to safeguard your near and dear once. do not venture out until it is absolutely necessary for living.

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