Australian captain Alyssa Healy has undergone surgical procedure on her hand after a “home accident” at her dwelling on Saturday night, the Sydney Sixers introduced in an announcement.
The wicketkeeper has been faraway from the Sixers’ squad for Sunday night’s WBBL conflict in opposition to cross-town rivals the Sydney Thunder at North Sydney Oval.
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“No additional particulars of the accident or harm are clear at the moment, with additional particulars to be communicated sooner or later,” the Sixers confirmed.
A return date has not been introduced, placing Healy doubtful for December’s multi-format tour of India.
Healy later posted a picture of her closely bandaged to Instagram, captioning the put up: “Recognize all of the love. Am at dwelling watching the ladies get it achieved.
“Aspect word – if anybody is aware of the way to do a hair tie one-handed, let me know.”
In the meantime, Sixers batter Mathilda Carmichael has been dominated out of the Sydney derby after struggling a again pressure throughout a coaching session on Saturday, whereas bowler Gabby Sutcliffe remains to be unavailable for choice.
The Sixers obtained their WBBL marketing campaign underway on Thursday with a two-run loss to the Melbourne Stars at North Sydney Oval, with Healy scoring 10 (10) in the course of the unsuccessful run chase.
The Sixers might have used Healy as nicely.
Chasing 191 after Phoebe Litchfield took the rating to five/190 with 54 not out off 28 balls, together with two sixes off the ultimate two balls, the Sixers had been in serious trouble at 4/57 off 7.4 overs with the likes of Suzie Bates, Ellyse Perry and Ash Gardner already again within the pavillion.
Litchfield capitalised after a 98 run stand for the primary wicket after Tahlia Wilson (33 off 29 balls) and Chamari Athapaththu (52 off 39) obtained the Thunder off to an ideal begin.
Initially printed as Australian, Sixers wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy has surgical procedure after ‘home accident’