The 31-year-old informed Cricket Australia and Queensland Cricket this week of her decision to retire, ending a remarkable international and domestic playing career which included representing her country whilst still in her teens and being a member of three ICC World T20 Cup winning squads.
The Warwick product played in Queensland’s first national women’s title win, the 2013-14 WT20 championship, and was then a key member of the WBBL Brisbane Heat’s historic two-time championship team.
QC CEO Terry Svenson thanked Kimmince for her outstanding contribution to the game.
“It’s been a privilege to watch Delissa play for Australia, the Fire and the Heat,’’ he said. “Her skills as a player…