Another hit to the head of the Australian cricket


The injured were admitted to hospital with head injuries ball back to an Australian cricketer. The player who played One Test and two ODIs for his country in a mini Big Bash fast bowler Joe head injuries during practice. He has some bleeding in the brain. There was a fracture of the skull bones. However, there is nothing to worry about mini, it has been said. Another hit to the head of the Australian cricket.

Sydney Sixers Big Bash in Brisbane on Monday was in the nets taken the ball on his head. He was taken to hospital after being hit on the head. Cricket Australia (CA) chief health officer John Orchard, said his first thought was the injuries was worse. Although he has been released from the hospital. On Tuesday, however, scanned his head. ”


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Mini is being treated under Cricket Australia’s supervision, said Orchard, “Cricket Australia on Tuesday, the day has been observed mini by a physician. His skull is slightly petechia scan reports. Some were bleeding inside the brain. His condition is stable now. Trust us, he does not take any surgery. ”

Mini debut for Australia last November last year with 2 wickets in a Test match was against South Africa in Hobart. Johannesburg and Cape Town in October, the one-day series against South Africa, he has been active in the field. He has taken two wickets of two one-day internationals.

After the death of Phillip Hughes brings news from the players hit one of the concerns. Australian cricket naturally occurs, it gets increasingly importance. Source: Cricket Australia.