Georgia Wareham: Georgia Wareham has serious doubts about next year’s Ashes and ODI World Championships after tearing a cruciate ligament on the field against the Adelaide Strikers on Wednesday, excluding her from the WBBL.
Wareham was in significant pain in the outfield after trying to stop, and although he was able to walk from the ground, scans have shown the severity of the injury to his left knee, the same one where he previously had a ligament reconstruction.
Melbourne Renegades and Cricket Australia do not have a schedule for Wareham’s come back yet, but January’s ashes would appear off the table. The ODI World Cup begins in New Zealand in March.
“Whilst in the field yesterday she had an instability episode of the left knee. Resulting in a rupture of the graft.”As a result, she will be unavailable for the remainder of the WBBL season. Cricket Australia and Cricket Victoria medical staff are working in consultation with Georgia on the longer-term management plan.”
Wareham also suffered from a WBBL disorder last season due to a bone stress reaction in his leg.
Australia has good depth on their spinning pins. But Wareham has been the only player on the list for the past few years. His injury could open the door for AmandaJade Wellington. Who last played for Australia in 2018, while Alana King could also be considered.
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