ARSHAD ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT
Srinagar, Nov 14: Feeling it right time to hang his boots and make way for the youngsters, current J&K Ranji trophy squad member, Arshad Bhat has announced his retirement.
“Arshid Bhat who represented the state in Ranji Trophy and other formats has announced his retirement from all formats of cricket,” said a statement issued by J&K Cricket Association (JKCA).
“In a communication to the association the distinguished cricketer has conveyed his decision of retiring from all formats of cricket to make way of youngsters. Arshid Bhat has been one of the finest cricketers to have represented the state. He represented JKCA in all formats and made his presence felt in almost every match that he played for J&K,” statement said.
The JKCA has termed Arshad’s retirement as signal for other senior members of the squad.
“Arshid has set an example of quitting the game at an opportune time to make way for youngsters. JKCA shall positively utilize his services to groom youngsters. JKCA and cricketing fraternity wishes him well,” said JKCA Treasurer Manzoor Wazir.
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