Former West Indies Womens cricket team Captain Merissa Aguileira has been retired from the International cricket on 24 April. Since the Debut in the Windies team, She featured in 95 T20 Games, 112 ODI and scores 768 runs and 1752 respectively.
She captaining her country in the Two ICC cricket world including west indies who reach 2013 final where they lost against Australia. Apart of them She also led the side in three consecutive world t20 semi final in 2010, 2012 and 2014.
As a wicket-keeper, she was doing best in world cricket. His 177 Dismissals in the womens games as a wickets keeper and just behind to South Africa’s Trisha Chetty and England’s Sarah Taylor.
“It is an absolute honor to have been of service to West Indies Cricket. My continued goal is to assist CWI to build and develop women’s cricket and help others like me to achieve their dreams.”
West indies cricket director Jimmy Adams was give full prasie for Aguilleira and said “Her dignity and candor in communicating this decision has been exceptional. The highest of accolades are due to her for a career spanning more than 10 years and which included over 100 ODIs. Far exceeding the statistics, Merissa has been the epitome of professionalism throughout her career whilst consistently upholding the highest possible standards on and off the field.”