Here is the career recap of recently retired South African wicketkeeper-batsman Trisha Chetty.
The record holder Chetty announced his retirement from professional cricket on March 17, 2023.
Recurring back problems forced the Durban-born cricketer to end a 21-year career in domestic and international cricket.
He made his international debut in 2007 in an ODI against Pakistan.
Chetty also has the highest number of victims and most catches in ODIs.
The wicketkeeper has done the most stumpings in ODIs.
In 2009, she was named South Africa Women’s Cricketer of the Year.
Chetty is second in terms of taking the most catches as a wicketkeeper in T20Is.
She is the second highest run-scorer in ODIs as a wicket-keeper.
Chetty has the second most fifties in ODIs as a wicket-keeper.
Chetty has scored 3913 runs in 318 international matches, including 20 half-centuries.