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Former Ireland captain William Porterfield Retires

William Porterfield Ireland: Former Ireland captain William Porterfield Retires. Porterfield retired from international cricket on Thursday.

Former Ireland captain William Porterfield Retires

Made An Official Announcement Yesterday:-

37-year-old Porterfield had already given this information to Cricket Ireland, after which the board made an official announcement yesterday.

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Porterfield was the third-highest Irishman and second-highest run-scorer for Ireland.

Former Ireland captain William Porterfield Retires

Commanded the team in more than 250 matches:-

It is worth noting that in the year 2008, Cricket Ireland made Porterfield the captain of their team. During this, this player took command of the team in more than 250 matches.

Porterfield captained the Ireland team in two Cricket World Cups and five T20 World Cups. Most notably in a spectacular defeat to England in the 2011 50-over tournament at Bangalore.

Former Ireland Captain William Porterfield Calls Time on International  Career
Former Ireland captain William Porterfield Retires

A Represent Your Country:-

William Porterfield Ireland: During this, Porterfield said, representing your country for 16 years is a big deal, I respect it. This is something I already wanting to do.

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I have to say that it is difficult at this point in time that I have retired. Porterfield, who has worked with Gloucestershire and Warwickshire in county cricket, will now coach.

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