Australia pacer Tayla Vlaeminck has been ruled out of the remainder of women’s Ashes 2022 and the forthcoming ICC women’s World Cup 2022 due to an injury. The right-arm pacer has played 1 T20I game in the ongoing Women’s Ashes so far.
The 23-year-old player remained wicketless in the AUS vs ENG 1st T20I. She conceded 29 runs in his 4 overs. The women’s Ashes has so far witnessed 1 T20I game. Australia won the match by 9 wickets. The 2nd and 3rd T20I ended with no result as rains affected the play of the matches.
Tayla Vlaeminck Has Sustained An Acute Navicular Stress Fracture
While speaking to ANI, Australian Team Doctor Phillipa Inge revealed that Tayla Vlaeminck has sustained a stress fracture in her foot.
“Tayla Vlaeminck has sustained an acute navicular stress fracture. She had a similar injury in early 2020; this fracture completely healed and Tayla made a successful return to play to international cricket in March 2021.
“Tayla Vlaeminck reported a return in midfoot pain and subsequent images have confirmed a recurrent stress fracture of the navicular,” she said.
Phillipa Inge also said that the medical team will work on her treatment but also mentioned that Tayla Vlaeminck will miss the remainder of women’s Ashes and the forthcoming Women’s ODI World Cup 2022.
“The Cricket Australia and Cricket Victoria medical teams will work collaboratively on the immediate management over the coming days and a subsequent return to play plan. She will be unavailable for the Ashes Series and ODI World Cup,” she further said.
The women’s Ashes is set to witness one Test and an ODI series. The one-off Test will take place from January 27-30. The ODI series consists of three games. The 1st ODI will take place on February 3 at Manuka Oval, Canberra. The 2nd and 3rd ODI will take place on February 6 and 8 at the same venue Junction Oval in Melbourne.
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