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Melbourne March 28: Australia's quarterfinal exit from the World Cup is beginning to cause ripples in the team with pacer Shaun Tait today announcing his retirement from one-day cricket to .....


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Old 28-03-2011
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Exhausted australia pacer tait retires from odis

Melbourne March 28:

Australia's quarterfinal exit from the World Cup is beginning to cause ripples in the team with pacer Shaun Tait today announcing his retirement from one-day cricket to prolong his career in Twenty20s.

The 28-year-old pacer, who could not make much impact in the World Cup, hoped that his decision to give up his place in the national and and South Australian one-day teams will help extend his career. "This is not a decision I have taken lightly but I believe it is one that will help me to prolong my cricketing career through the many Twenty20 avenues available," he said.

"In reality, playing all year round for Australia and South Australia is not allowing my body to stand up as I would like and I do not want to be forced into retirement through career-ending injuries.



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