New Zealand cricketer Kyle Mills retires from international cricket

New Zealand cricketer Kyle Mills on 1 April 2014 announced retirement from international cricket.

He made this announcement after New Zealand lost to Australia in ICC World Cup 2015 final.

Kyle Mills cricket career spanned 14 years. In his entire cricket career he had played 19 Tests matches, 170 One Day Internationals (ODIs) and 42 T20s.

He had made his international debut in a ODI against Pakistan in 2001 and test debut in 2004 against England.

In 170 ODI matches he had taken 240 wickets, second highest wicket taker among New Zealand bowlers after Daniel Vettori. In 19 tests matches, he had taken 44 wickets and 43 wickets in his 42 Twenty20 internationals.

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