The Hundred 2023: Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy, both of Australia, have been forced to withdraw from The Hundred 2023 owing to injuries sustained in training.Injuries have forced Australia Women’s Team captain Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry to miss the forthcoming The Hundred and the third One-Day International against Ireland.
In the second one-day international against Ireland, wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy fractured her previously damaged left index finger. She shattered her left index and right ring fingers in Australia’s warm-up game last month and still played in the Ashes.
For the second time in a month, keeper Alyssa Healy broke her left index finger in the second ODI against Ireland. She recently shattered both her index and ring fingers while warming up with the Australian women’s team.
According to the article, Perry’s Knee injury would compel him to miss work for four to six weeks. While batting in the second ODI, Ellyse Perry injured her knee, and she did not return to the pitch.
In The Hundred 2023, Ellyse Perry was slated to play for the Birmingham Phoenix, while Alyssa Healy had signed with the Northern Superchargers. They are going back to Australia for treatment now. Against the West Indies in a Twenty20 International series in October, they will very certainly continue to play for Australia.
Substitute for Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry on “The Hundred 2023”
Northern Superchargers has hired Phoebe Litchfield to succeed Healy, while Ellyse Perry’s successor has not yet been named. Northern Superchargers have replaced Heather Graham with India star batter Jemimah Rodrigues.
Due to injuries sustained by Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry, Tahlia McGrath will lead the Australia Women in the third One-Day International against Ireland in Dublin.
Due to a calf issue, Heather Graham will miss the ODI series, while spinner Megan Schutt, who appeared in all three Ashes ODIs, has gone home following a hectic summer. Cricket Australia allowed her to relax and spend time with her family following a hectic schedule.