World News – UA – Ellyse Perry exited from New Zealand series after new hamstring injury








Sep 30 2020

8:12 am (IST)

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3 hours ago

Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry was ruled out of the last limited series against New Zealand after suffering a further hamstring injury, the team said today Australia have won the first two T20s here and will look to sweep the three-game series tomorrow

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Ellyse Perry exits New Zealand series after further hamstring injury



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