Lean Run at Sheffield Shield Doesn’t Hurt Wicket Keeper Confidence
Inglis, along with fellow Western Australian teammates Mitchell Marsh and Ashton Agar, will return to Perth on Tuesday for a pre-planned days of return and rejoin the team after a short break. That’s how the selector goes down.
Carrie scored just 153 runs in eight innings at Sheffield Shield this season, scoring a single digit in the last five outings, but broke a century with the Marsh Cup before heading to Brisbane. .. The T20 World Cup team Inglis, who fought after the spectacular domestic season of 2020-21, played only one first-class match this summer.
“I felt like I was in a really good place,” Carrie told RSN Radio. “I feel like I’m hitting the ball well. The run didn’t come as I expected in the first half of the Sheffield Shield season, but I think it’s been pretty solid over the last few years.
“I didn’t grab the bat in either case, but I still felt like I knew what I was doing. Getting some runs in that day’s game Great. I’m glad to know what I was doing, but it’s still correct.
“I’ve done what I can, so I’ll settle down and expect the best.”
Carrie is also encouraged by the philosophy of the current selection panel, led by George Bailey, that they see larger pictures without being influenced by small samples of recent results.
“If you miss a cricket in one game, it’s judged and everything feels like it’s falling on you, but it takes one inning to turn it around and you’re in great shape again.” He said. “Justin [Langer] George has played so many games. They know what it is and have built trust and open communication with players. “
The overall carry is an average of 34.73 for first class crickets of the 5th century. He will be a spare wicket keeper on a South African test tour postponed earlier this year and wore Australian A gloves last season.
Another call for choice Australia needs to make prior to the opening test is between Mitchell Starc and Jay Richardson, who is expected to maintain his position.
The Australian in-team match, scheduled to begin on Wednesday, was canceled due to continued rain in Brisbane. Players want to reserve time for the center wicket if it rains in the next few days.
Andrew McGlashan is Deputy Editor-in-Chief of ESPNcricinfo.
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