Queensland kit was stolen ahead of rescheduled Sheffield Shield clash in Adelaide with Tasmania

Queensland kit was stolen: The postponed trip from Queensland to Adelaide went off on the wrong foot. After the team’s van was robbed and some of the playground equipment/kits were stolen. From the Karen Rolton Oval ahead of Sheffield Shield‘s clash with Tasmania on Thursday.

Thieves broke the van’s window while it was stopped outside the group hotel and stole a few equip.

Queensland wicketkeeper Jimmy Peirson posted a photo on his Instagram of the van’s broken window. Expressing that he was “the unlucky one” to have some of the brand new bats stolen.

Queensland has reported the incident to South Australian Police, who are investigating the matter using CCTV footage from the hotel.

The Bulls begin their title defense against Tasmania on Thursday. After being forced to fly out of Queensland following a Covid19 outbreak in Brisbane. The game was at first set to begin last Tuesday at Ian Healy Oval in Brisbane. But the game was put off due to four cases being detailed within the city. Tasmania made the choice to fly home.

Cricket Australia hence rescheduled the installation to be played from Queensland to Adelaide this week.

Sheffield Shield 2021-22 - Queensland kit stolen ahead of rescheduled  Sheffield Shield clash in Adelaide

The Queensland players and staff have been free to enter South Australia. And don’t need to isolate however they did have to undergo a Covid-19 test on entry. With all individuals of the traveling party returning negative results. The squad can move around Adelaide openly. But do have to experience two more tests on days five and 12 after their entry.

Meanwhile, New South Wales and Victoria have yet to announce whether they will be permitted to visit South Australia. In addition, commence their Sheffield Shield and Marsh Cup campaigns. However, the NSW government planned to fly to Adelaide on Monday. For a 14-day hard hotel quarantine, but the South Australian government put the plans on hold. CA, NSW, and Victoria are still in talks with the SA government, hoping to strike an agreement.

After any hypothetical 14-day isolated quarantine, both states have requested seven days of training for their players, implying that neither team will be able to play until late October or early November.

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