Meg Lanning, the captain of the Australian women’s cricket team, who recently won her team the historic gold medal in the Commonwealth Games, has announced an indefinite break from cricket.

She believes that she has been playing cricket continuously for the last two and a half years and she now want to stay away from it for some time.

Let us tell you that Lanning has recently made her team champion in T20I and ODIs cricket apart from winning gold in Commonwealth Games. Apart from this, she also registered a spectacular win in the home Ashes series.

However, no information has been given from her side about when she will play cricket again. She has got a lot of support from the Australia Cricket Board in this decision. On this occasion the CA of the Australia Women’s Performance Cricket Board said that “We have this so proud of Meg for admitting, she needs a break and we will continue to support her in the meantime.”

“She has been an incredible contribution to Australian cricket over the past decade, has achieved remarkable achievements both individually and as part of the team, and has been a stellar role model for new kids.” The welfare of our players is always ours. First priority, and we will continue to work with Meg to ensure she gets the support and space she needs.

Lanning in the final of the Commonwealth Games -:

Lanning was the part of the final in Commonwealth Games against India. She played a brilliant innings of 36 runs in 26 balls for his team and contributed significantly to his team’s victory. She hit 5 fours and a superb six in this inning. However she got out after scoring 36 runs in this match.


By Ritik Sharma

A common man who is doing 'calm se kaam', a failed cricketer, still in love with it. #Journo IG/@ritiksharma45