Australian player Tim Paine has retired from domestic cricket, learn about his career

Former Australia Test captain Tim Paine has announced his retirement from all forms of domestic cricket. He said goodbye to premier cricket on Friday after the match between Tasmania and Queensland. Tim Paine looked excited during this. His companions gave him the honor guard. This match played between Tasmania and Queensland was a draw. In his last top-flight game, he scored 42 of 62 balls in the first innings. And he wasn’t left out by 3 runs in the second inning. Tim Paine made his first-class debut against South Australia in 2005.

Tim Paine holds the record for taking the most sacks in domestic first-class cricket for Tasmania. He has made 295 sacks for Tasmania as a goaltender. Tim Paine returned to cricket in August 2022. He had previously taken an indefinite break from cricket citing mental health issues. He played 7 domestic cricket matches in the 2022-23 season and managed to score 156 runs. During this, his average was 17.33. He has over 4,000 careers in first-class cricket. He was involved in all 2 of Tasmania’s title victories.

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