• New Zealand: Andy McKay retires from all forms of cricket

    by  • June 8, 2015 • Cricket

    The Former New Zealand bowler Andy McKay has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket at the age of 35, according to stuff.co.nz.

    The left-arm fast-medium bowler has played only one Test, two T20Is and 19 ODIs for Black Caps, taking a total of of 30 wickets in his international career.

    He had taken the decision to spend quality time with his family, and will be joining as the clinical lead manager of a physiotherapy practice in Wellington.

    McKay claimed one test wicket in his career, the one and only Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar at Nagpur in November, 2010, in which India won by an innings and 198 runs.