Wellington: Feb 19, 2013
Former New Zealand player Lou Vincent announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Monday night.
The 34-year-old made tweeted on Monday night, marking an end to 16-year career.
"1134 games 718.5 hotels 834 planes 57 teams 3 punch ups 1 proud career 5pm 18th Feb 2013 I'm pulling stumps. Thank you all x [sic]," he said on Twitter.
Vincent has played 23 Tests for New Zealand and made 102 ODI appearances. He also played nine T20 matches.
Vincent scored a century against Australia on debut in Perth in 2001. He finished with an average of 34.15.
He became the 10th New Zealand cricketer to score a double century when he smashed his best scores of 224.
He played his last Test in 2007 against South Africa.
He also broke Glenn Turner’s 30-year-old record of the highest ODI score by a New Zealander when he smashed 172 from 120 balls against Zimbabwe in 2005.
First Published: February 19, 2013, 12:31 pm