Cricket – John Hastings: Former Australia All-Rounder Retires
Previous Durham, Worcestershire and Australia all-rounder John Hastings has resigned from cricket at 33 years old.
It comes after medical specialists disclosed to him they could not fix a lung condition which was the cause behing him coughing up blood.
After seven seasons in Australia’s Big Bash with Melbourne Stars, including 2017-18 as chief, he was all set ot play for Sydney Sixers in the 2018-19 rivalry, which begins in December.
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John Hastings – A Decent Career
John Hastings, who was born in Sydney, Australia, won one Test cap against South Africa in Perth in 2012, additionally played 29 one-day internationals and nine T20 matches for Australia.
Hastings played in England for Durham in both 2014 and 2015, however his expectations of returning in 2016 were ruined by shoulder damage.
He at that point marked for a full season’s obligation with Worcestershire in 2017.
Best wishes to John Hastings who has now decided to retire from playing. He should be fairly busy with media work for the time being anyway. https://t.co/f5myBl2NrZ
— Rick Eyre on cricket (@rickeyrecricket) November 13, 2018
In a mid-season break to play for Australia in the Champions Trophy, he made what ended up being his last international appearance against New Zealand at Edgbaston.
Be that as it may, he at that point missed the last two months of the season when he was reviewed by Cricket Australia for treatment on foot damage.
He additionally played Twenty20 cricket for Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League.
The risk to his health just wasn’t worth taking, so John Hastings has made the difficult call to retirehttps://t.co/nGqRrpEgj8
— Daniel Cherny 📰 (@DanielCherny) November 13, 2018
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