Ben Hilfenhaus retires from first-class cricket
Australia bowler Ben Hilfenhaus has announced his retirement from first-class cricket
Sydney: Australia bowler Ben Hilfenhaus has announced his retirement from first-class cricket.
The 32-year-old, who has confirmed he will continue to play Twenty20, claimed health reasons were behind the decision, announced at a press conference yesterday.
The right-arm paceman played 104 first-class matches. He took 99 wickets in 27 Tests, making his debut in 2009 against South Africa.
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