Corona spread panic in the domestic leagues -

Corona spread panic in the domestic leagues

The two matches of the Women’s National Tournament and the final were postponed until March. Club cricketers had to be summoned, Cricket Australia is expecting to announce the future of the season soon.

Coronavirus has spread panic in Australian domestic cricket events, with several new cases coming to light while players’ anxiety is increasing.
However, the board is still struggling to somehow complete the season.

Two matches in the Women’s Cricket League have been postponed until March due to an attack by Cowade at the Western Australia camp.

The final of the 50-over domestic event was also postponed till mid-March. On the other hand, due to the positive result of the players of Brisbane Heat, the match against the Sydney Sixers was postponed till Wednesday so that more players could have PCR tests.

The Melbourne Stars also had to summon Victorian club cricketers to complete the team after their 12-star cricketers went into isolation due to the coronavirus.

In this regard, Melbourne all-rounder Hilton Cartwright said that the situation is looking very frightening, there is a lot of uneasiness among the players due to the rapid emergence of cove cases, in which case it will be very difficult to focus on the matches.

Cricket Australia is expecting to announce the future of the season soon, with a proposal to bring all the teams together in Melbourne to complete the tournament.

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