Mignon du Preez Retires from ODI and Test Matches
Mignon du Preez Bids Farewell To ODI and Test Matches: South African women’s cricketer Mignon du Preez has said goodbye to the longest format of cricket, ODI and Test matches. He made this decision to concentrate on T20 and give time to her family. Du Preez himself confirmed the news of her retirement in a statement via social media.
Announcing her retirement on social media Twitter, Du Preez said: “I am really lucky to have played in four ICC ODI World Cups so far. These are the most precious memories of my life. I want to give priority to my family. I will start my own family soon. ‘
“I think this is the right time to announce retirement from the longest format of the game and focus on T20 cricket ahead,” he said. I decided to retire from ODI cricket after our recent World Cup tour in New Zealand.
On his departure, Preez did not forget to wish South Africa a happy future.
“I think South African women’s cricket is in a very good position,” she said. It’s time to dump her and move on. ”
Priz made her South African debut in 2006. The 32-year-old cricketer has played in a total of four ODI World Cups. The last time South Africa reached the semifinals of the 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup. Priz scored 161 runs in one fifty after playing 6 matches in this tournament.
On her departure, Preez expressed her gratitude to Cricket South Africa. “I would like to thank Cricket South Africa and everyone on board for their continued support in my ODI career,” he said. I am very grateful for representing my country. ”
Priz has played her last ODI in the ODI World Cup held in New Zealand. He has played 154 ODIs for South Africa so far. He has scored 360 runs with the help of two centuries and 16 half-centuries. He has scored 119 runs in a single Test.