Charlotte Edwards' international career began at the age of 16 in 1996.

England women's captain Charlotte Edwards retires after 20-year career

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Charlotte Edwards, England's long-serving and highly-successful women's cricket captain, has announced her retirement.

Edwards, 36, has called time on a 20-year international career - during which she has led her country to victory in the Ashes, World Cup and ICC World Twenty20.

She also made more than 10,000 runs across the formats at the top of the order for her country, and won a record 309 caps.

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