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Old 26th April 2018, 12:06   #1
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Injuries 2018

Roland-Jones - recurrence of back stress fracture - out for the season
Northeast - broken finger

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Old 26th April 2018, 12:12   #2
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Roland-Jones - recurrence of back stress fracture - out for the season
That's sad.
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Old 26th April 2018, 13:00   #3
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Jamie Overton - side strain, out of Somerset's next match.
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Old 26th April 2018, 13:09   #4
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That's sad.
Probably not going to play test cricket again, one would imagine. Definitely a shame if not - wish him all the best for a recovery that defies my gloomy outlook.
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Probably not going to play test cricket again, one would imagine. Definitely a shame if not - wish him all the best for a recovery that defies my gloomy outlook.
Plenty of quick bowlers have got over stress factors. Is a shame as I think he would have caused problems for India and Pakistan in home conditions.
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Old 27th April 2018, 09:49   #6
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Plenty of quick bowlers have got over stress factors. Is a shame as I think he would have caused problems for India and Pakistan in home conditions.
Iím sure heíll recover, itís more the timing - hard to see him featuring again for at least a year given heíll not play FC cricket in that timeframe. By that time heíll be at the age Englandís test set up seem to go off fast bowlers who arenít Jimmy/Broad, and there will have been opportunities for others to stake their claims. Still, who knows and I have my fingers crossed for him.
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Toby Roland-Jones
Out for the season due to a recurrence of the stress fracture diagnosed at the end of the 2017 domestic season. The ECB's view is that, in an ideal world, Roland-Jones might have spent the whole winter recovering and rehabilitating from the stress fracture. But, such was his desire to play a part in the Test team, he asked to play for the Lions and subsequently suffered more pain in his back after starting the season for Middlesex. Kevin Shine: "Listening to the player is of paramount importance and we were optimistic that he would recover in time."

George Garton
Garton impressed the England management with his pace at a net session and was briefly drafted into the Ashes squad after a series of injuries to more senior bowlers. Aged just 21 and with nine first-class games behind him, he is raw - he has been known to deliver the odd beamer - but he was recently namechecked by Mick Newell (still, for now, an England selector) as one they might have picked had he been fully fit. Currently recovering from a side injury sustained as he lifted a case off a luggage carousel, he has recently played 2nd XI cricket and should be available for selection by Sussex soon.
Shine: "This is a very frustrating injury for everyone given George's obvious potential."

Olly Stone
Started the season in eye-catching fashion with an eight-wicket haul against Sussex. Currently sidelined after sustaining an injury during warm-ups for the following game, he is expected to return in the next couple of weeks. His director of cricket at Warwickshire, Ashley Giles, urges caution and patience over Stone's England aspirations but such is his ability that the chance could come sooner than anticipated.

Saqib Mahmood
Toured with England Lions and was involved in the North v South games, but has subsequently suffered a minor groin injury, missing Lancashire's opening three fixtures.
Shine: "Hopefully he'll be bowling again very soon. It's good that he has to compete to get in a very strong side. He is different from many fast bowlers, with his skiddy trajectory and ability to reverse swing the ball."

Jamie Overton
The selectors, impressed by a couple of hostile spells and the obvious potential, were keen to include him in their Ashes squad, but were thwarted by a recurrence of back trouble. He has since suffered a side injury, after bowling with a remodelled action, and hasn't played a first-class game since June.
Shine: "Jamie is a bowler of high potential. He has been bowling since September. The plan, in collaboration with Somerset, was to allow his body time to adapt to the technical changes. We all know that there are no guarantees for ongoing fitness - a good example of this is [Australia's Mitchell] Starc, [Pat] Cummins and [James] Pattinson, who are all now injured - but we will continue to leave no stone unturned regarding training and injury prevention."

Steven Finn
Sustained a "minor ligament strain" in his right knee while playing in the Pakistan Super League. It is not related to the injury in his left knee that ended his Ashes tour and necessitated surgery. He is expected to appear for Middlesex again soon.

Zak Chappell
The record may be modest - he has a bowling average in excess of 50 - but such is Chappell's obvious potential that both Nottinghamshire and Warwickshire have now made 28-day approaches with a view to luring him from Leicestershire. He is currently recovering from a groin injury, but recently played for the seconds as a specialist batsman and bowled four overs in one game.
Shine: "We need to manage expectations around him, be patient and we will have a very exciting cricketer for the future."

Reece Topley
After a succession of stress fractures in his lower back, Topley decided to concentrate on white-ball cricket in 2018. He retains hopes of returning to red-ball cricket if he can overcome his injury issues. Topley has shown promise since breaking through as a teenager and may come again.
Shine: "Hampshire, ECB and Reece collectively decided that to give his body time to get stronger he should just play white-ball for the 2018 season. This allows us to put in place a programme which gives Reece time to recover from matches, train and make sure his technique is as good as it can be."

George Scrimshaw
Yet to play a first-class game, so perhaps unlikely to enter selection discussions, Scrimshaw is currently struggling with injury having sustained a stress fracture during the 2017 season. He attended the ECB's pace programme over the winter and Worcestershire are hoping he will be able to play in June.
Shine: "Being patient with George will be the key. He's 6ft 7in and has a young bowling history. He was 19 when he started the programme this year."
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Derbyshire's Luis Reece is out for an unspecified period with a broken metatarsal in his right foot.
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Worcester captain Joe Leach out for the season, stress fracture in his back
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157 - Joe Leach has taken more @CountyChamp wickets since the start of the 2016 campaign than any other bowler (157). Blow.

Josh Tongue injured as well - for about two months - stress fracture of foot.

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Worcester captain Joe Leach out for the season, stress fracture in his back
Terrible blow for Worcs and probably confirms relegation for them
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Tom Curran, side strain, out of T20s and ODIs v India.


Replaced by Sam in both squads

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Reece Topley, another stress fracture of the back. Out for the rest of the season and having an operation.

Injured in the nets by KP, blow to head, stitches to his ear 2009 aged 17
Stress fracture with England Performance Programme 2013
Stress fracture 2014
Broken hand 2016
Stress fracture 2016
Shoulder problem surgery 2017
Stress fracture 2017
Stress fracture 2018

That's 5 stress fractures!!!!
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all these stress fractures. Don't normally like people changing bowlers actions but in these cases there definitely seems to be something wrong.
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He will see surgeons next week and is expected to undergo an operation shortly afterwards where a titanium pin will be inserted to strengthen the spine.

Out of contract at Hampshire at the end of the season, clubs are likely to prove highly cautious over future contract offers.

The news realistically ends a relationship between Hampshire and Topley that never really took off as expected. Signed amid great hope and competition, he managed only three Championship matches in three years and was disappointed to be left out of the side playing in the Royal London Final at Lord's on Saturday.
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Tom Curran, side strain, out of T20s and ODIs v India.
This is infuriating. He played almost every match in all three county competitions for the last three years. This year he's played only one 50 overs game for Surrey thanks to being in IPL and England squads without actually being picked for the team, and now England have sent him back injured. And goodness knows what they did to Stoneman in the winter; his confidence and technique have looked hopeless since the start of this season.
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He will see surgeons next week and is expected to undergo an operation shortly afterwards where a titanium pin will be inserted to strengthen the spine.

Out of contract at Hampshire at the end of the season, clubs are likely to prove highly cautious over future contract offers.

The news realistically ends a relationship between Hampshire and Topley that never really took off as expected. Signed amid great hope and competition, he managed only three Championship matches in three years and was disappointed to be left out of the side playing in the Royal London Final at Lord's on Saturday.
I saw a rumour that he'd thrown a hissy fit at not being picked for the one day final and had basically left Hampshire anyway. He'll have a tough time finding another county.
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I saw a rumour that he'd thrown a hissy fit at not being picked for the one day final and had basically left Hampshire anyway. He'll have a tough time finding another county.



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This is infuriating. He played almost every match in all three county competitions for the last three years. This year he's played only one 50 overs game for Surrey thanks to being in IPL and England squads without actually being picked for the team, and now England have sent him back injured. And goodness knows what they did to Stoneman in the winter; his confidence and technique have looked hopeless since the start of this season.
Westley hasn't scored a 50 in 10 County Championship matches since came back to Essex after being dropped by England last summer.
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For a player, finally reaching your goal of playing international cricket only to find that you aren't good enough must be pretty soul destroying and take time to get over. I'm not sure what England can do about that, other than not pick them in the first place.
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