After serving the team for a couple of years, post retirement jobs can be a completely different experience for few cricketers.
Here are the few cricketers who took up a profession post retirement which was not related to cricket at all.
1. DAVID SHEPPARD (BISHOP)
©Getty ImagesDavid Sheppard played 22 Tests for England and was also a part of his Country Cricket Team, Sussex. David made his Test debut against West Indies in 1950. In his 22 Test matches, David scored 1172 runs with a batting average of 37.80 which included 3 centuries. David had a phenomenal first class cricket, playing 230 matches with an average of 43.51 which included an almost 45 centuries. He played his last test against New Zealand in 1963 after which he became one of the most outspoken bishops of the Church of England. David Sheppard life’s journey came to an end and he died on 5th March 2005 after fighting a long battle with cancer.