Indian women’s cricket team goalkeeper Karuna Jain retires, know how her career went

Former Indian women’s cricket team goalkeeper Karuna Jain announced her retirement from all forms of the game on Sunday. Born in Bengaluru, the 36-year-old has represented India, Karnataka, Puducherry and the South Zone in her career. “It is with a very happy and fulfilled feeling that I announce my retirement from all forms of cricket and look forward to contributing something to the game,” she Karuna said in a statement.

Karuna scored 195 runs in five test matches, while 40 runs was his best score during this period. He made his Test debut against England in Delhi in November 2005. He played his last Test in August 2014 against England in Wormsley.

Karuna represented India at 44 One Day Internationals and scored 987 runs with the help of one century and nine half centuries. 103 runs remained his highest individual score in this format. He made his debut in this format in 2004 against the West Indies and played his last over-50 cap against England in 2014. He scored 64 runs in his debut match.

Karuna played nine T20 Internationals and played the last match for India in this format in 2014. He made his T20 debut against Pakistan. Karuna took 17 wickets in her test run, which is the second best performance by an Indian woman after Anju Jain’s 23. She made 58 and 12 hunts in the ODI and T20 formats respectively.

Karuna expressed her gratitude to all her coaches and teammates. She said: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has been a part of my cricket journey from the very beginning, including my coach, support staff and team-mates. Karuna said: “Among these. Each one taught me something different about the game and life and I became the player and person I am today. And I thank Puducherry for the support.

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