Deandra Dottin, a star all-rounder for the West Indies women’s cricket team, has announced her departure from the squad due to her inability to “adhere to the team ethos and atmosphere.”

The 31-year-old, who is the women’s T20 Internationals’ quickest centurion, announced her retirement on Twitter. Despite the many challenges I’ve had during my cricket career, Dottin said that the present atmosphere and team culture have made it difficult for her to flourish and rekindle her enthusiasm.

“I realize that I am no longer able to adhere to team culture and team atmosphere as it has harmed my capacity to function well,” she said. “With great grief but without remorse.” Dottin, who is competing for Barbados at the current Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, did not say if she will also retire from that team.

With two points from as many games, Barbados, which is now in third place in Group A, will play India at Edgbaston on Wednesday. Dottin also said how eager she is to play domestic cricket everywhere around the globe.

“I’m grateful for everyone’s affection and support throughout the last 14 years that I’ve played cricket for the West Indies. I’m excited to play domestic cricket all around the globe “said Dottin. With 124 T20Is and 143 ODIs since her debut in June 2008, Dottin has played in most international cricket matches for the West Indies. She has accumulated 2697 T20I runs at 25.93, with two hundred, and 3727 ODI runs at an average of 30.54, with three hundred.