KATHERINE Sciver-Brunt has retired from international cricket after a record-breaking 19-year career with England.

The fast bowler from Dodworth, who will be 38 this summer, had already retired from Test cricket but today announced she would be stopping playing 20-over and 50-over games for her country.

Sciver-Brunt, who made her debut in 2004 having come through at Barnsley CC, played 267 international matches and took 335 wickets.

Her 170 One Day International wickets and 114 Twenty20 wickets are both England records. She won three World Cups.