Former Indian women's cricket team captain Rumeli Dhar announced her retirement from all forms of cricket on Wednesday. In a letter to the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) President Abhishek Dalmiya, she said, "I want to inform you that I am retiring from international and domestic cricket with immediate effect. It has been a wonderful journey. I have enjoyed playing for my country. Representing the country is always something that I am very proud of and I will cherish the memories that I have created both on and off the field while playing this lovely game. I would like to thank BCCI and my state associations- CAB, Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA), Assam Cricket Association, Rajasthan Cricket Association, and my organization Railway Cricket Board for giving me a platform and a platform to showcase my talent and hard work. given the opportunity. Now I want to work towards preparing the next generation of women cricketers.
Rumeli Dhar has played 78 ODIs and 18 T20 matches
38-year-old Rumeli Dhar has played four Tests, 78 ODIs, and 18 T20 matches for India. He made his international debut in 2003 against England. Considered to be the finest all-rounder, Rumeli played a vital role in leading India to the final of the 2005 Women's World Cup in South Africa. He returned to the Indian team in 2018 after a gap of six years.
Abhishek Dalmiya wishes
Abhishek Dalmiya wished her all the best for her future, saying: "Rumeli Dhar has been one of Bengal's leading female cricketers. Her contribution to Indian and Bengal cricket has been immense. We welcome her to play the other way around. They will get all the support they need from CAB, which they need now and always.