Anya Shrubsole has ended her international career ©Getty Images

World Cup winner Anya Shrubsole has retired from international cricket after a 14-year career, with the sport's community coming together to pay tribute to the English bowler.

Shrubsole is to continue playing cricket domestically.

The 30-year-old finishes her international career with 106 wickets from 86 one-day internationals (ODIs), 102 from 79 Twenty20 internationals (T20Is) and 19 in eight Test matches.

Her best Test performance was in the 2014 Ashes at Perth's WACA Ground where she captured seven wickets in the match versus Australia for 99 runs.

Shrubsole is the only bowler from England to take 100 wickets in both women's ODIs and T20Is.

She won the Women's Cricket World Cup on two occasions - in 2009 and 2017 - and was player of the match in the 2017 final at Lord's in London.

Shrubsole took six wickets for 46 runs, going at less than five an over, and bowled Rajeshwari Gayakwad to claim the final wicket and confirm England as world champions.

Shrubsole last featured as part of the England set-up at the World Cup in New Zealand earlier this month, helping her team to the final and ending the tournament with nine wickets.

Former team-mates Heather Knight, Sophie Ecclestone and Charlotte Edwards were among those wishing Shrubsole the best for the future.

"One of the very best to play our game," added another team-mate, Kate Cross. 

"An absolute privilege to take the field with you and I'm going to miss all the jokes from mid-off."

Former English men's captain Michael Vaughan said Shrubsole helped to "inspire the next generation".