Meg Lanning
Meg Lanning. (Picture by Hannah Peters/Getty Photos)

Meg Lanning, the captain of the Australia Girls and Melbourne Stars WBBL groups, decided to take a depart from cricket for an indefinite interval for private causes, efficient instantly. And she or he has not set a timeline for her return but. Melbourne Stars acknowledged that they absolutely help Lanning’s determination to take a break.

Lanning mentioned that she made the choice to take a step again to spend time specializing in herself. She additionally expressed her gratitude to Cricket Australia (CA) and her teammates for supporting her determination, as she additionally requested for her privateness to be revered within the meantime.

“After a busy couple of years, I’ve made the choice to take a step again to allow me to spend time specializing in myself,” Meg Lanning was quoted as saying by the official web site of Melbourne Stars. “I’m grateful for the help of CA and my teammates and ask that my privateness is revered throughout this time.”

We’re absolutely supportive of Meg’s need to have a break from cricket: Blair Crouch

Blair Crouch, the Common Supervisor of Melbourne Stars, mentioned, “We’re absolutely supportive of Meg’s need to have a break from cricket and we’ll give her on a regular basis, help and house she wants.” Lanning is considered the most effective batters and captains of this period.

It’s beneath Lanning’s captaincy that Australia gained the earlier version of the T20 World Cup in 2020 and the ODI World Cup in 2022. She additionally just lately guided the “Southern Stars” to a historic Gold medal within the 2022 Commonwealth Video games in Birmingham on August 7.

Lanning made her Australia debut in December 2010 in a T20I recreation in opposition to New Zealand in Nelson. In 2011, in what was her second ODI, she scored an unbeaten 104 in opposition to England and have become the youngest Australian to attain a century in worldwide cricket. She additionally grew to become the fourth-youngest captain in Girls’s Checks in 2015 on the age of 23. She has appeared in six Check matches, 100 ODIs and 124 T20Is, scoring 8,019 runs at a median of 43.81 with 17 a whole bunch and 36 fifties. 



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