England bowler Graham Onions retired at the age of 37

Graham Onions of Seymour, England, retired from professional cricket at the age of 37. Onions were injured during the Bob Willis Trophy earlier this year. Due to his back injury, he has decided to end his professional cricket career. He decided to quit cricket on the basis of decisive advice. In domestic cricket, he played for Lancashire.

The Onions played nine Tests for England between 2009 and 2012. This time he took 32 wickets at an average of 29.90. He took 4 wickets in 4 matches in ODI format. He never got a chance to play again after being dropped from the team.

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He took 5 wickets in his debut match against the West Indies and registered with the Lord’s Honors Board. At the same time, he played in three of the five Tests in the 2009 Ashes series. In their 16-year career, Onion has taken 874 wickets in each format.

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His record in first-class cricket is quite impressive. Playing for Durham, he won his first major trophy at Lord’s with the 2007 Friends Provident Trophy final. He took 527 wickets while playing for Durham and became the highest wicket taker for the team.

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He then moved to Lancashire in 2017. The Onions have taken 104 wickets in 23 matches to play for Lancashire. In first-class cricket, Onion took 723 wickets in 192 matches at an average of 25.70 and an economy of 3.33. He also took 113 wickets in 99 matches in the list. Graham Onions has played 4 T20 matches and taken 36 wickets.

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After a 16-year career where he took 6 wickets 4 wickets across all formats, @Bunny_Nians has retired at the age of 37 after a back injury earlier this season. #Cricket #England #Durham #Lancashire #Union #Reterment

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“I didn’t want to leave the game like this,” Graham Onions said of his retirement. But I have to listen to the medical staff and accept that I am doing it to protect my health and future. I have given everything completely and I can do it without any regrets. From being part of the Ashes-winning England team to being the top bowler for Durham’s first-class wicket, I could have achieved more than I had ever dreamed of. When I first started and had the good fortune to be a first-class cricketer for so many years.


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