A tired Australia squad has copped another blow heading into its home T20 World Cup, with backup keeper Josh Inglis suffering a bizarre injury while golfing.
The 27-year-old cut his hand open after his club snapped as he took a shot on a fairway at New South Wales Golf Club in La Perouse on Wednesday, reports Nine.
He and several other Aussie players were enjoying a morning off before their biggest training session of the week on Thursday.
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Inglis was taken to hospital and the severity of the injury is unclear. With teams only allowed 15 players in each squad, his absence would be a major blow to the Aussies’ depth; he was not in line to start ahead of Matthew Wade.
But it comes as the Aussies battle exhaustion after a packed schedule over the last few…