Australian bowler Brad Hogg retires

Updated: 27 February 2008 16:44 IST

Left Arm Australian spinner Brad Hogg is going to announce his retirement from international cricket.

Melbourne:

Left Arm Australian spinner Brad Hogg is going to announce his retirement from international cricket.

The 37-year-old has played seven Tests and 121 ODI for Australia.

Hogg played two test matches in the last series against Australia and was unable to make a stable position for himself in the team.

Hogg has taken 154 wicket in one-day internationals and 17 wickets in Tests.

The retirement comes at a time when Cricket Australia is finding it hard to find quality spinners.

Topics : Cricket Australia
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