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India pacer Parvinder Awana announces retirement from all formats; says time’s right to ‘pass baton to younger guys’- Firstcricket News, Firstpost

FirstPost.com (India) – New Delhi: India and Delhi pacer Parvinder Awana on Tuesday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, having played his last first-class game back in November 2016.

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  • New Delhi: India and Delhi pacer Parvinder Awana on Tuesday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, having played his last first-class game back in November 2016.
  • I thank to all DDCA selectors and senior players for providing me the platform to show my skills,” Awana, who will soon be turning 32, wrote on Twitter.
  • Awana represented Delhi for nine years and played two T20 Internationals for India in the 2012 home series against England but failed to pick up a wicket.
  • Awana played 62 first-class games, taking 191 wickets at 29.23 besides featuring in 44 List A and 61 T20s.
  • In his message on social media, Awana thanked his fellow Delhi pacers including Ashish Nehra, Sumit Narwal, Pradeep Sangwan and Ishant Sharma.


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