New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman Luke Ronchi has decided to call time on his international career. Ronchi also played for Australia from 2008 to 2009 before making his return into international scene with New Zealand in 2013. He played 4 Tests, 85 ODIs and 32 T20Is for New Zealand. The player will continue to play domestic cricket and has played vital role in New Zealand’s success over the past four years. His most notable performance was unbeaten 170 runs against Sri Lanka at Dunedin in 2014-15 in a one day international.
He made his Test debut against England at Headingley, Leeds in 2015 and played well in his first outing for the BlackCaps. New Zealand eventually won that test to achieve their fifth win on the British Soil. Ronchi has played his aggressive style irrespective of all three format while playing for New Zealand.