Former New Zealand international Daniel Flynn has announced he's retiring from all forms of cricket, bringing an end to his 16-year-old career. Flynn played 24 Tests, 20 ODIs and five T20Is between 2008 and 2013. <p></p> <p></p>He made his Test debut at Lord's and scored 29 off 118 to help New Zealand force a draw. In the next Test, at Old Trafford, he copped a nasty bouncer from James Anderson resulting in the loss of two front teeth. <p></p> <p></p>"Representing your country is the ultimate for any cricketer; it's what you dream of as a kid, so to have achieved it is something I look back on with immense satisfaction," Flynn said on Thursday. "The people I've played alongside throughout my career stand out for me; they're not just good cricketers, but good people, who I've learned plenty from both on and off the field. <p></p> <p></p>In 135 first-class matches, 100 of them for Northern Districts, Flynn scored 7815 runs at 35.04 including 21 centuries and 29 half-centuries. In 113 List A matches, he averaged 27.25 for scoring 2753 runs including five centuries and 12 fifties. <p></p> <p></p>He also played 109 T20s, scored 1837 runs including seven half-centuries. <p></p> <p></p>At the international level, he scored a combined 1325 runs including six half-centuries. <p></p> <p></p>"Winning trophies for ND alongside these guys was always special, and those are memories that I will never forget," the 34-year-old said of his domestic career.