Australia batsman Adam Voges announces global retirement

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The pair will engage in a spot of cricket diplomacy later this week when Sri Lanka take on the Prime Minister's XI team at Manuka Oval in Canberra.

Voges, 37, has not played a Test match since suffering a concussion during Western Australia's Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania in November.

"This will be it for me", Voges said. Nonetheless, he ends his worldwide Test career with the second-highest average - behind only Don Bradman - among all batsmen with a minimum of 20 Tests. "I'm certainly looking forward to getting out there and playing this game". In fact, he had become the oldest cricketer, at 35, to score a century on debut, amassing 130 against West Indies in Dominica.

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The 26-year-old, who has endured a hard few years with injuries, had been hoping to get more matches under his belt to be in contention for Australia's Test side for the Ashes late this year.

Voges began with 83 not out at Brisbane, and scored 119 at Perth in the second Test.

"I see this as a last opportunity to play against an global team and I'm certainly looking forward to that". ALSO READ - Adam Voges displays batting prowess and how!

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"That's the message I'll be giving the guys, is to go out and enjoy the game but see this as a real opportunity against a good worldwide team". I'm really looking forward to seeing what these young guys can bring.

The Sri Lankan delegation includes Prof.

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