World News – AU – Perry excluded from NZ series with new hamstring injury


Ellyse Perry’s wait to return to competitive cricket continues as a new hamstring injury ruled her out of the rest of the series against New Zealand’s Perry, who suffered a tear in his right hamstrings at the T20 World Cup earlier this year, had surgery and has been on the mend since

Perry’s latest injury is to a different part of his right hamstring, which occurred in a training session ahead of the third T20I.This means Perry will miss the next ODI series as his availability for the start of Women’s Big Bash League is also in doubt

« Ellyse was on track to have a role in this series, but unfortunately she had some hamstring awareness, she has low grade strain so she won’t be available for the rest of this series » , Meg Lanning, the Australian captain, said on Tuesday (September 29th) « She will continue her rehabilitation and training with the hope of being available at some point in the WBBL (but) she will not play any role in this series »

Perry, the 29-year-old all-rounder, last played for Australia in the group game against New Zealand at the T20 World Cup in March as she hoped for a return to given moment during the current series against New Zealand, another injury paid off his hopes

“She is doing everything she can to be available as soon as possible,” Lanning added. “It’s a very complex injury and difficult to time when certain things are going to happen. Hopefully she will be available at some point , she’s doing her best and getting it right is really important « 

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News from the world – UA – Perry ruled NZ hors series with fresh hamstring injury



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