Kyle Mills of New Zealand on 31 March 2015 retired from all forms of International Cricket. His decision to retire gives an end to his 14-year international career in Cricket.
The 36-year-old Mills was a member of New Zealand’s 15-man World Cup Squad but didn’t play in any of its nine matches.
Kyle David Mills in the cricketing world
Kyle David Mills is a right-arm pace bowler who can also score runs in the later stages of one day innings. In October 2009, he was ranked number 1 on the International Cricket Council's (ICC) one-day bowler’s rankings after he took nine wickets in New Zealand’s series against Australia.
He played his ODI debut match on 15 April 2001 at Sharjah against Pakistan, while his Test debut was against England at Nottingham on 10 June 2004.
Details of his cricket career
Test: Batted in 30 innings of 19 matches and had scored 289 runs of which 57 was his highest score. He bowled in 31 innings and took 44 wickets.
ODI: Batted in 101 innings of 170 matches and had scored 1047 runs of which 54 was his highest score. He bowled in 169 innings and took 240 wickets.
T20Is: Batted in 19 innings of 42 matches and had scored 137 runs of which 33 not out was his highest score. He bowled in 42 innings and took 43 wickets.
When: 31 March 2015
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