New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Mills announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, ending a 14-year international career on Wednesday.
Mills made his one-day international debut against Pakistan in 2001, and his test debut in 2004.Mills reached No. 1 on the world one-day international bowler rankings in 2009 after taking nine wickets in New Zealand’s series against Australia.
Details of his cricket career
Test: Batted in 30 innings of 19 matches and had scored 289 runs of which 57 was his highest score. He bowled in 31 innings and took 44 wickets.
ODI: Batted in 101 innings of 170 matches and had scored 1047 runs of which 54 was his highest score. He bowled in 169 innings and took 240 wickets.
T20Is: Batted in 19 innings of 42 matches and had scored 137 runs of which 33 not out was his highest score. He bowled in 42 innings and took 43 wickets.