in

Canes recruit has eye on fast lane

Mercury (Hobart, Australia) – HIGHLY touted prospect Tayla Vlaeminck hopes a move from Melbourne to Hobart for next summer’s WBBL tournament can help her become a regular in the national set-up.

Summary

  • HIGHLY touted prospect Tayla Vlaeminck hopes a move from Melbourne to Hobart for next summer’s WBBL tournament can help her become a regular in the national set-up.
  • In November 2017 Vlaeminck dislocated her shoulder playing for Victoria — ruling her out of WBBL|03 — but eye-catching performances for her home state got her selected in the Australian under-19 side.
  • “I have heard a lot of good things about Sal as a head coach and I’ve also heard a lot of good things about the program and the way it is heading in Tassie,” said Vlaeminck, who has not played since hurting her knee just before New Year.
  • Vlaeminck, who was handed a contract with the national performance squad in April, is hopeful a careful rehabilitation from her latest knee problem will see her string some consistent cricket together.
  • “Hopefully with some opportunity at the Hurricanes and the good coaches down there I can put my name forward for some more [Australian] selection in the future.”

Read more…

What do you think?

Written by Cric Editor

Remembering the iconic Wasim Akram

Hardik Pandya could to be ‘Yuvraj Singh’ of World Cup 2019: Glenn McGrath