All-Rounder Deandra Dottin Retires

A skillful sportsman is a gold mine not only for the team but also for sports betting platforms. Bettors from different countries feel confident about their predictions and win money placing bets on the best players. That is why the retirement of such sportsmen is always shocking news for the organization, fans, and bettors from both online and offline bookmakers who face problems making their sports predictions and placing a bet. The course of a game becomes unpredictable and as a result, winning chances are getting lower.

Cricket betting fans faced a significant loss on Monday morning. The famous cricketer from Barbados announced she is retiring from internationals citing a negative team environment. She posted a letter on her Twitter account and asked to regard it as a formal retirement from the senior women’s West Indies cricket team.

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In her letter, Dottin emphasizes her gratitude for the given opportunities that helped her to grow as a player.

“Playing for the West Indies and representing the region has been an honor,” Deandra adds. She thanks every person who sent her love and support within her career and wishes the best to the organization and the team in the future.

Her fans and subscribers filled the commentaries with love sending the retiree words of support and wishing good luck in future endeavors.

Deandra Dottin’s statistics

Deandra Dottin’s career has been a notable one. The contribution she made will never be forgotten. The player made her ODI debut in 2008 against Ireland. Two years after, she became known for scoring a century in T20Is during a World T20 game against South Africa.

Dottin is remembered as a game changer who made her team a winner in the 2011 Women’s World Cup Qualifier against Pakistan and in the 2013 Women’s World Cup against Australia. Deandra’s popularity also skyrocketed after her team won in the T20 tri-nation tournament with England and New Zealand in November 2013, where she played an important role. In September 2018, she became the third woman to play in 100 WT20I matches.

As a result, Deandra became one of only two women to receive a Grade A contract which has annual remuneration of Rs 5 crore. 

In a career plagued with injuries, Dottin’s bowling was often limited, yet in WODI she returned 72 wickets and amassed 3727 runs; in WT20I she returned 62 wickets and amassed 2697 runs. Below you can see some of Deandra Dottin’s Top Records:

  • Most matches (143) – 9th place;
  • Most runs in an innings (104) – 5th place;
  • Outstanding bowling analyses – 1st place;
  • Most fifties in career, etc.

Deandra Dottin is arguably the most destructive hitter of the cricket ball in Women’s cricket. Her strength makes her one of the best women cricketers in the world. Now she is looking forward to playing domestic cricket around the world.

What other great players does the team have?

Dottin’s sudden leave will be a tangible loss for the West Indies Women’s team, as well as for many fans on cricket betting sites for whom the Barbados cricketer was a strong choice.

However, there are still some skillful players you should take into account when doing research for your sports prediction. Kyshona-Knight, Shamilia Connell, and Hayley Matthews are the Barbados Women team’s crucial players. Below you can see short summaries of their sports career.

Player’s NamePlaying roleBatting styleBowling styleWickets in WODI and WT20IRuns in WODI and WT20I
Kyshona-KnightBatterLeft-handed bat Right-arm medium
800 and 452 respectively
Shamilia ConnellBowlerRight-handed batRight-arm fast42 and 36 respectively104 and 28 respectively
Hayley MatthewsOpening batterRight-handed batRight-arm off-break78 and 59 respectively1934 and 1062 respectively

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