New South Wales batter Ollie Davies suffered a hairline fracture in the little finger of his left hand during the Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania at the SCG. The 23-year-old, who played for Australia in the Under-19 World Cup in 2020, sustained the injury while fielding during Tasmania’s first innings. Cricket NSW is hopeful that he will be available to bat in the second innings if needed, but further assessment will be conducted after the match.
It is uncertain if Davies will be able to play in the Sydney Thunder’s first game of the upcoming Big Bash League tournament. The team will face the Brisbane Heat at the Gabba on Tuesday, December 12. As of now, the extent of Davies’ participation in the match is unknown.
In summary, Ollie Davies, a promising New South Wales batter, has suffered a hand injury during a Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania. The severity of the injury and its impact on his availability for future games, including the upcoming Big Bash League tournament, are currently uncertain. His condition will be evaluated further after the ongoing match.
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