Grant Elliott, New Zealand Quits From the International Cricket


Grant Elliott, the New Zealander right-handed batsman has quilts from the International Cricket He played 83 One Day Internationals and 5 Test matches for his Nation New Zealand, his last match played for New Zealand was against Mighty South Africa in the Semi Final of Last years New Zealand match in the Semi-Finals of the World Twenty20 against England a Year ago.

Grant Elliott, the man who smashed a six off South African pacer Dale Steyn that to put New Zealand into their maiden World Cup semi-final as their cricket final world cup match in 2015 has confirmed that his retirements from the International cricket match after signing a deal with the Englands county match and the Natwest T20 Blast Team this a league in England Twenty20 Natwestt20 Blast 2017 Latest Edition.

This All-rounder Grant Elliott Joins the New Zealand Team Internationals Colin De Grandhomme and the Spinner Jeetan Patel at the Birmingham Bears after he signing at a Kolpak Deal, that which means he gives up his right to play for any country and he is not classed as an overseas player in the County cricket, but he should play at least 4 years for the Country county cricket that he wants to play for.

South Africa-born 38-year-old confirmed his retirement from the International Cricket for the Black Caps mentioned in an award function recently.

“Loved Playing for the New Zealand and to have made some special Friendships along the way, and a team environment will never forget he posts on twitter and posting a picture of himself with the New Zealand Class Player and Bowler, Captain Kane Williamson and Tim Southee.


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