Ireland batsman Sean Terry has announced his retirement from all forms of the game with immediate effect. The former Hampshire batsman had most recently represented Leinster Lightning in his adopted home and made fourteen in his final innings. That score summed up Terry’s campaign, often getting in but not going on. Aged 26, a top score of 73 with no century insight across all formats (First Class, List A and T20) is underwhelming, particularly for a specialist batsman. Terry played for Ireland in one T20I, scoring just four and averaged only 6.40 from five ODI outings. Like his father Paul who averaged just 5.33 from two Tests for England, son Sean will look back on his international career with frustration. Both had the honour of representing their county or a country however (Sean was born in England/Paul in Germany) and they should be proud to have worn their respective jerseys.