Canada April 11, 2007

Codrington and Cummins call time

The Canadian Cricket Association has announced that both George Codrington and Anderson Cummins have announced their retirement from international cricket following the World Cup.

The Canadian Cricket Association has announced that both George Codrington and Anderson Cummins have announced their retirement from international cricket following the World Cup.

Martin Williamson is executive editor of ESPNcricinfo and managing editor of ESPN Digital Media in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

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  • Terry on May 4, 2007, 23:25 GMT

    Long overdue.The selectors should take the blinkers off. Bring on some young talent,they could not do any worse and will have time to be groomed and improve. Get politics out of the selection and for Pete's sake do not leave any former Windies to organize cricket in Canada. The recent World Cup debacle is sufficient evidence to prove my point. The Windies would benefit to organise a rum festival.Stick to what you are good at.

  • David on May 4, 2007, 8:26 GMT

    I thought Anderson did a good job considering his age. He was pretty quick and accurate. He just was unlucky taking wickets.

  • Saleem on April 22, 2007, 0:24 GMT

    It is unfair to blame the player. Blame the selectors if you must assign blame.

  • Aaron Murphy on April 18, 2007, 10:26 GMT

    All Anderson Cummins did at the World Cup was rob a young budding Canadian of a chance at some early experience.

  • Terry on May 4, 2007, 23:25 GMT

    Long overdue.The selectors should take the blinkers off. Bring on some young talent,they could not do any worse and will have time to be groomed and improve. Get politics out of the selection and for Pete's sake do not leave any former Windies to organize cricket in Canada. The recent World Cup debacle is sufficient evidence to prove my point. The Windies would benefit to organise a rum festival.Stick to what you are good at.

  • David on May 4, 2007, 8:26 GMT

    I thought Anderson did a good job considering his age. He was pretty quick and accurate. He just was unlucky taking wickets.

  • Saleem on April 22, 2007, 0:24 GMT

    It is unfair to blame the player. Blame the selectors if you must assign blame.

  • Aaron Murphy on April 18, 2007, 10:26 GMT

    All Anderson Cummins did at the World Cup was rob a young budding Canadian of a chance at some early experience.

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  • Aaron Murphy on April 18, 2007, 10:26 GMT

    All Anderson Cummins did at the World Cup was rob a young budding Canadian of a chance at some early experience.

  • Saleem on April 22, 2007, 0:24 GMT

    It is unfair to blame the player. Blame the selectors if you must assign blame.

  • David on May 4, 2007, 8:26 GMT

    I thought Anderson did a good job considering his age. He was pretty quick and accurate. He just was unlucky taking wickets.

  • Terry on May 4, 2007, 23:25 GMT

    Long overdue.The selectors should take the blinkers off. Bring on some young talent,they could not do any worse and will have time to be groomed and improve. Get politics out of the selection and for Pete's sake do not leave any former Windies to organize cricket in Canada. The recent World Cup debacle is sufficient evidence to prove my point. The Windies would benefit to organise a rum festival.Stick to what you are good at.