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    Tim Southee's keeping mum over naming a retirement date from professional cricket

    Tim Southee's keeping mum over naming a retirement date from professional cricket


    The pace bowler made his professional debut at 18 in 2007, and first played for the Black Caps in all three formats in 2008.

    He's enjoyed a stellar career so far taking the third most wickets by a Black Cap all time, with number 300 coming in the recent test series against Pakistan.

    When asked if the 2023 one-day World Cup will be his swansong, Southee says he doesn't want to look too far ahead.



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