World News – GB – Fast action won’t hurt a head before the tests


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Travis Head insists his quick dash from Adelaide to Coffs Harbor won’t hurt his test preparations, with the ability to adapt to be just as important as cover driving this summer.

The President moved to the northern coast of New South Wales on Tuesday, as part of Cricket Australia’s response to the COVID-19 cluster in South Australia.

Adelaide Strikers and other BBL players in Adelaide held their first training session in NSW on Friday and was the only test team leader from the team to face India there.

He will continue his preparations there, before heading to Sydney for a series of Australia A matches ahead of the first Test which begins on December 17 – still scheduled for Adelaide.

New South Wales was forced into the Sheffield Shield bubble in Adelaide early last month, amid fears of an outbreak in southwestern Sydney.

Victoria’s Shield schedule has also changed over time, after they were forced to spend two weeks in lockdown upon entering South Australia last month..

ODI players, Twenty20 and staff from Western Australia, Tasmania and Queensland who were in Adelaide had to attend the Shield Bubble to Sydney early this week to avoid the quarantine period.

But Head can at least see the positives from this step, given that he’s going to be in dire lockdown in South Australia for six days if he’s still at home.

“We are very fortunate to be abroad. We didn’t know what to expect . . . They stepped forward and pulled us out very quickly.

“We are very fortunate to be here to train, it’s something that we wouldn’t be able to do in the event of a shutdown.

He hit the head with two horns in the first two rounds of the shield, which is the third best goalscorer in the competition, with a score of 455, with an average of 65.

Head said: “We have two weeks and an Australia A match to make sure I hit the ground. « .

“I hope to be ready when I attend this first audition, and be ready to perform again.

Australian Men’s Cricket Team Ken Richardson, One Day International, Test Cricket

World News – GB – Rapid movement won’t hurt the head before the auditions


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