New Zealand all-rounder Grant Elliot on Tuesday announced retirement from all forms of cricket using a social media.

He led Birmingham Bears to sixth place in the ongoing T20 Blast.

Elliot posted his retirement on Instagram:

Eliott, 39 made his debut against South Africa in 2001. He went on to play 83 ODIs, 17 T20Is and 5 tests for New Zealand. He is famous for his match-winning performance against South Africa in the semi-finals to guide Kiwis to the 2015 World Cup Final.

Earlier in March, he had announced retirement from international cricket.

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