New Zealand wicketkeeper BJ Watling is retiring after the World Test Championship final

The in South African born Watling made the announcement ahead of die Release Friday (May 14th) of the list of The 20 of New Zealand Cricket are under contract players for the next Season.

The 35-year-old Watling was one of die unsung heroes of New Zealand’s youngest rise by test Ranks. He began in As an opening batsman and part-time wicketkeeper in 2009, but became New Zealand’s preferred glove maker in Tests when Brendon gave McCullum up The role in 2013.

Since then, onEr has been an automatic choice for New Zealand teams. He scored 3,773 runs in Average of 73 tests of 38.11 with eight centuries and 19th half Centuries.

At the same time he was responsible for a New Zealand record 257 wicketkeeping layoffs, including 249 catches. Watling was not seen often in the shorter format, playing only 28 oneTages internationals and five T20s.

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