The player who played for two countries announced his retirement, playing a stormy innings in the last match

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The trip to Namibia from T20 World Cup 2024 is also over. The Namibian team was in Group B which included England, Australia, Scotland and Oman. Being in this group, Namibia played four matches in this tournament, out of which they won one match and lost three matches. As the tournament ended for Namibia, the veteran player announced his retirement from international cricket. This player is none other than David Weiss. Wiz has also played international matches for South Africa before Namibia.

Thus, he has played international cricket for two countries. David Weiss played his last international match on Saturday 15 June. In this match he came to bat at number three against England and scored 27 runs in 12 balls with the help of 2 fours and 6 sixes. His strike rate was 225. This was his last international innings, but the team suffered a defeat. David Weiss made his debut in international cricket in the year 2013. However, he soon announced his retirement from South African cricket.

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All-rounder David Vees announced his retirement from the South African team in 2017 as he was not getting many opportunities there. After this he played some domestic cricket in England and then went to Namibia. He got to play a lot of international cricket with Namibia and the Namibian team also benefited from his presence. He has only played ODI and T20 international cricket. He got a chance to play 15 ODIs and 54 T20 Internationals. He has 330 runs and 15 wickets in ODIs and 624 runs and 59 wickets in T20Is.

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