Former New Zealand wicketkeeper Hart retires

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:08 IST

Former New Zealand Test wicketkeeper Robbie Hart announced his retirement from cricket on Tuesday.

Wellington:
Former New Zealand Test wicketkeeper Robbie Hart announced his retirement from cricket on Tuesday. Hart, 29, played 11 tests for New Zealand in 2002 and 2003, scoring 260 runs and making 30 dismissals. He had his highest score of 57 not out against the West Indies. Hart, who played 12 first-class seasons for Northern Districts, said he was retiring to concentrate on his career outside cricket. (AP)
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