There is some breaking news coming in from England as one of their most successful batters Charlotte Edwards is planning to call it a day after the Women’s Cricket Super League this year.
Edwards has been a very integral part of the England team since 1996 and has scored a whopping 10,273 runs across all formats of the game. She also played a pivotal role in helping England win the World Cup and become champions in 2009.
Charlotte had finished her England carrier against the Aussies in march 2016 in New Delhi, India in the T20 World Cup. She had retired from the ODI format in 2014 though, and remained the highest scorer in the format until Mithali Raj from India recently took over.
For all her fans across the World this is your last chance to see her in action so better not miss it. The Women’s Cricket Super League 2017 starts on the 10th of August and Edwards will be battling it out to defend the title for her team Southern Vipers.
“It might be the last one, but I haven’t made a full decision yet”, she quoted to BBC Radio.
“The body and mind need to be at the best to play in this competition, I’m looking forward to the next few weeks”.
Cric Crak would like to congratulate Charlotte for a wonderful carrier till now and hopes that whatever decision she makes in the end is the best for her! She has nothing left to prove to anyone and deserves all the respect in the World. Cric Crak wishes ‘More Power’ to the Edwards Family 🙂