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Cricket World Cup: David Warner ‘shaken’ as bowler struck on head in Australia practice session

BBC – Australia batsman David Warner was left “shaken up” after hitting a net bowler on the head with a powerful drive, captain Aaron Finch said.

Summary

  • Australia batsman David Warner was left “shaken up” after hitting a net bowler on the head with a powerful drive, captain Aaron Finch said.
  • His visibly concerned team-mates had to halt their practice session at The Oval while medics treated the bowler – understood to be a local cricketer named Jaykishan Plaha.
  • He was taken to hospital as a precaution after receiving treatment.
  • “The net bowler has been taken to hospital as a precautionary measure because it was a head injury,” International Cricket Council venue manager Michael Gibson told reporters.


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