Shane Warne missed London Spirit’s clash with Southern Courageous within the modern English cricket limited-overs competition, The Hundred after he was one of two individuals of the team’s coaching staff to test positive for Covid-19.
Spin legend Shane Warne has tried positive for Covid-19. And is as of now in self-isolation.
Shane Warne has missed London Spirit’s clash. With Southern Courageous in the modern English cricket limited-overs competition. The Hundred after he was one of two individuals of the team’s coaching. Staff to test positive for Covid-19.
The previous Australia spinner is the head coach of the men’s team. For the Lord’s-based franchise but he is force. To sit out Sunday’s match after feeling unwell. A club explanation read: “London Soul men’s head coach Shane Warne. It will be truant from today’s match against Southern Brave at Lord’s.
“After feeling unwell this morning. Shane returned a positive sidelong stream test. And will confine from the squad and support staff. While he is standing by PCR results. “A second part of the group administration is self-isolating. After also returning a positive test. No players have been affected.”
The 51-year-old former Australia leg-spinner. They took 708 wickets from 145 Tests between 1992 and 2007. They are the second head coach in the men’s competition. To test positive for Covid-19 within the first 10 days of the Hundred.
Andy Flower, the Trent Rockets head coach. It returned a positive test final weekend. And missed his side’s final three installations, with Paul Franks stepping into the role.
Steven Mullaney, who was considered a near-contact of Flower’s, is the only player. Within the competition to have been forced to self-isolate as things stand.
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