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India’s fast bowling all-rounder Rumeli Dhar at the age of 38 retirement from international cricket has announced. Dhar played her last international match in the tri-nation women’s T20I series between India, Australia and England in Brabourne in 2018. Overall, he featured in four Tests, 78 ODIs and 18 T20Is, scoring 1328 runs and taking 84 wickets across all formats. She was also part of the Indian team that reached the 2005 World Cup final in South Africa.

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Against England at Lincoln in 2003 After making his international debut, Dhar made an unexpected return to the Indian team at the age of 34 when he was included in India’s T20I squad for the tour of South Africa in February 2018.

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