BANGALORE (AFP) - Canada's John Davison, who once held the record for the fastest World Cup century, will retire from international cricket after his side's final match against Australia. Davison, born in Canada but brought up in Australia, smashed the then fastest hundred in the tournament's history in 2003, off just 67 balls, including six sixes and seven fours, against the West Indies at Centurion. "I suppose it's pretty fitting it's against Australia," 40-year-old Davison said of his final international match on Wednesday. "I've lived all my life there, never quite good enough to get a game for them but it will be a great experience to play against them. "There are some guys in their team I have had a fair bit to do with, both playing against and coaching so it would be nice to have a good showing," added Davison, now a coach at Australia's Centre of Excellence in Brisbane. Australia's Matthew Hayden broke Davison's record at the 2007 World Cup and it was broken again at the ongoing tournament by Ireland's Kevin O'Brien, who reached three figures off just 50 balls against England.