Netherlands cricketer Ben Cooper, 29, has reported his retirement from international cricket.

“Today, I declare my retirement from global cricket,” Cooper posted on Twitter. “It has been an outright incredible honor to wear the oranges and address the Netherlands throughout the previous eight years.

“@kncbcricket thank you for the chance to experience a youth dream. To my Netherlands partners and mentors (over a wide span of time) I thank you for the astonishing recollections and couldn’t request better individuals to share the field and change rooms with. I have no question the current crew and ability coming through will keep on accomplishing extraordinary things for Dutch cricket.”hj

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Cooper, who was brought into the world in New South Wales, made his worldwide introduction for Netherlands in an ODI in August 2013, against Canada. Taking all things together, he played 71 white-ball internationals for Netherlands, scoring 1426 runs. He resigns as Netherlands’ most noteworthy run-getter in T20I cricket, with 1239 runs at a normal of 28.15 and strike pace of just shy of 125.

His last game was at the T20 World Cup in the UAE, where Netherlands neglected to fit the bill for the Super 12s last year. Cooper’s retirement follows that of Ryan Tendoeschate who finished his playing profession after the T20 World Cup and changed to training

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