Former Australia cricket all-rounder Cameron White ended his nearly two-decade-long professional career on Friday, saying he wants to focus on coaching.
"I've definitely finished up playing, that's for sure," White, who turned 37 this week, told http://www.cricket.com.au.
"To be totally honest, I'm pretty content. I think my time is definitely up, I've had enough from a playing point of view and I'm ready to focus on coaching."
The Victorian made his Australia debut in a one-day international against the ICC World XI in 2005 and went on to play 91 one-dayers and 47 Twenty20 Internationals.
Though he played only four tests, White captained Australia in seven limited-overs matches where his destructive batting was more valued.
White scored 2072 runs in one-dayers, including centuries against England and Pakistan.
"I'm just keen to get involved in it (coaching) and give it a go," said White, who is currently mentoring Victoria's Under-19 prospects via Zoom.
"I've enjoyed the bits and pieces I've done so far. Part of my role with the (Adelaide) Strikers last year involved coaching."