Former New Zealand batsman Daniel Flynn announces his retirement
Former New Zealand opener Daniel Flynn has announced his retirement after a 16-year long cricket career. 'Flynny', as people called him, represented the Black Caps in 24 Tests, 20 ODIs and five T20Is, scoring a combined total of 1325 international runs. He represented domestic side Northern Districts in 100 first-class matches. Representing your country is the ultimate for any cricketer; it's what you dream of as a kid, he said.