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A Substitute Who Batted For The First Time In Cricket
In the second Ashes Cricket Test match 2019, Marnus Labuschagne become the first ever "concussion substitute" and in fact the first ever substitute player to bat in a test innings.He also got a half century in 2nd innings. We all know that in cricket a substitute can neither do Batting, Bowling, Wicket-Keeping or the role of a captain. But in the 2nd test match between England and Australia a substitute batted for the first time in cricket. He is allowed to do so with the new rules which came into force from August 1st allowing a level to level player replacement in playing 11 in case of concussion injury. Australian Batsmen Steve Smith was injured by a bouncer from England pacer Jofra Archer in the first innings of the 2nd Ashes test in London on August 17th. Smith was batting at 80 before the bouncer hit him on his neck. He retired then, conducted concussion test and returned to the crease after some time. He got out in 1st innings LBW Woakes. But when he woke up on Sunday morning August 18th he is suffering from headache and concussion. Australia Cricket management requested match referee for a replacement of Smith with a level to level substitute Marnus Labuschagne. Match referees will have a huge say if a team decides to bring a substitute during a match. As per ICC Cricket Operations boss Geoff Allardice, the match referees will determine who the concussion substitute is and he has the power to restrict a player from bowling in order for the replacement to be considered like-for-like. For example, If David Warner, a pure batsman, gets injured in a Test match and Australia name Mitch Marsh, an all-rounder, as his replacement, then the match-referee has the power to restrict Marsh from bowling in the match. Overall this is a welcome step as sometimes players play forcefully with injuries to get some runs or wickets because of the match situations. They need not to do such dangerous activities as now they can have replacement in their teams. What Is Concussion? The 4th international conference on "concussion in sport" held in Zurich in 2012, defined concussion as a brain injury that may be caused either by a direct blow to the head, face, neck or elsewhere on the body with an impulsive force transmitted to the head. Concussion temporarily affects brain functionality. Its symptoms could include loss of consciousness, memory loss, headaches, difficulty with thinking, concentration or balance, nausea, blurred vision, sleep disturbance and mood changes. Following the dearth of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who was hit on the head by a bouncer in a Sheffield Shield first class match in 2014, The International Cricket Council (ICC), in July 2019 approved level to level player replacement in the case of concussion in cricket. Several other sports like basketball, ice hockey, rugby, football have also instituted specific concussion related protocols.
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A Substitute Who Batted For The First Time In Cricket
In the second Ashes Cricket Test match 2019, Marnus Labuschagne become the first ever "concussion substitute" and in fact the first ever substitute player to bat in a test innings.He also got a half century in 2nd innings. We all know that in cricket a substitute can neither do Batting, Bowling, Wicket-Keeping or the role of a captain. But in the 2nd test match between England and Australia a substitute batted for the first time in cricket. He is allowed to do so with the new rules which came into force from August 1st allowing a level to level player replacement in playing 11 in case of concussion injury. Australian Batsmen Steve Smith was injured by a bouncer from England pacer Jofra Archer in the first innings of the 2nd Ashes test in London on August 17th. Smith was batting at 80 before the bouncer hit him on his neck. He retired then, conducted concussion test and returned to the crease after some time. He got out in 1st innings LBW Woakes. But when he woke up on Sunday morning August 18th he is suffering from headache and concussion. Australia Cricket management requested match referee for a replacement of Smith with a level to level substitute Marnus Labuschagne. Match referees will have a huge say if a team decides to bring a substitute during a match. As per ICC Cricket Operations boss Geoff Allardice, the match referees will determine who the concussion substitute is and he has the power to restrict a player from bowling in order for the replacement to be considered like-for-like. For example, If David Warner, a pure batsman, gets injured in a Test match and Australia name Mitch Marsh, an all-rounder, as his replacement, then the match-referee has the power to restrict Marsh from bowling in the match. Overall this is a welcome step as sometimes players play forcefully with injuries to get some runs or wickets because of the match situations. They need not to do such dangerous activities as now they can have replacement in their teams. What Is Concussion? The 4th international conference on "concussion in sport" held in Zurich in 2012, defined concussion as a brain injury that may be caused either by a direct blow to the head, face, neck or elsewhere on the body with an impulsive force transmitted to the head. Concussion temporarily affects brain functionality. Its symptoms could include loss of consciousness, memory loss, headaches, difficulty with thinking, concentration or balance, nausea, blurred vision, sleep disturbance and mood changes. Following the dearth of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who was hit on the head by a bouncer in a Sheffield Shield first class match in 2014, The International Cricket Council (ICC), in July 2019 approved level to level player replacement in the case of concussion in cricket. Several other sports like basketball, ice hockey, rugby, football have also instituted specific concussion related protocols.
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yosaw
A Substitute Who Batted For The First Time In Cricket
In the second Ashes Cricket Test match 2019, Marnus Labuschagne become the first ever "concussion substitute" and in fact the first ever substitute player to bat in a test innings.He also got a half century in 2nd innings. We all know that in cricket a substitute can neither do Batting, Bowling, Wicket-Keeping or the role of a captain. But in the 2nd test match between England and Australia a substitute batted for the first time in cricket. He is allowed to do so with the new rules which came into force from August 1st allowing a level to level player replacement in playing 11 in case of concussion injury. Australian Batsmen Steve Smith was injured by a bouncer from England pacer Jofra Archer in the first innings of the 2nd Ashes test in London on August 17th. Smith was batting at 80 before the bouncer hit him on his neck. He retired then, conducted concussion test and returned to the crease after some time. He got out in 1st innings LBW Woakes. But when he woke up on Sunday morning August 18th he is suffering from headache and concussion. Australia Cricket management requested match referee for a replacement of Smith with a level to level substitute Marnus Labuschagne. Match referees will have a huge say if a team decides to bring a substitute during a match. As per ICC Cricket Operations boss Geoff Allardice, the match referees will determine who the concussion substitute is and he has the power to restrict a player from bowling in order for the replacement to be considered like-for-like. For example, If David Warner, a pure batsman, gets injured in a Test match and Australia name Mitch Marsh, an all-rounder, as his replacement, then the match-referee has the power to restrict Marsh from bowling in the match. Overall this is a welcome step as sometimes players play forcefully with injuries to get some runs or wickets because of the match situations. They need not to do such dangerous activities as now they can have replacement in their teams. What Is Concussion? The 4th international conference on "concussion in sport" held in Zurich in 2012, defined concussion as a brain injury that may be caused either by a direct blow to the head, face, neck or elsewhere on the body with an impulsive force transmitted to the head. Concussion temporarily affects brain functionality. Its symptoms could include loss of consciousness, memory loss, headaches, difficulty with thinking, concentration or balance, nausea, blurred vision, sleep disturbance and mood changes. Following the dearth of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, who was hit on the head by a bouncer in a Sheffield Shield first class match in 2014, The International Cricket Council (ICC), in July 2019 approved level to level player replacement in the case of concussion in cricket. Several other sports like basketball, ice hockey, rugby, football have also instituted specific concussion related protocols.
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