Mitchell Starc did something a little different in preparation for the T20 World Cup this month and next month.
Mitchell Starc has spent time on the women’s national team by helping him compete in the T20 World Cup in the spring at his feet.
Stark participated in a recent series of women’s camps against India, expecting to miss his wife and star wicket-keeper batter Alyssa Healy for up to six months during the summer.
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Australia’s Quick said it proved to be the best way to prepare for the World Cup in the absence of recent match time.
“It’s a mixed bag of preparation for everyone, some were playing cricket, some are trying to find a way to prepare for this tour,” he said.
“For me, I spent a lot of time with the Australian women’s team and Alyssa. It was a good time for me to be mentally and physically prepared.
“I feel good about it.”
Stark asserted that he wasn’t called by his coach, but he said he was very happy to pitch around the training when he was called.
“I was happy to be where I needed it and to give it a value of 2 cents if I had any questions. I was happy to catch the ball in defensive practice and be around in the background.” He said.
“They are a great group. I am very grateful that they took me and gave me a little experience. Indeed, around the pink and white ball formats of young fast bowlers. is.
“They have a great group of young fast bowlers.”
Stark said he learned a lot from this experience.
“They are teams that find ways to win from almost every position, even if they aren’t playing the best cricket,” he said.
“They are a great group out of the field. That group certainly has no ego.”
Stark believes that there is room for closer cooperation between the female and male nations.
“In the future, collaboration between two very strong Australian teams could be improved,” he said.
“The schedule isn’t the best for that, but whether to find a specific time of the year … I think both teams certainly have room to learn from each other.”
Australia will launch a World Cup campaign against South Africa on October 23rd. Stark is convinced that Australians have what they need to match it with the big names in the T20 world, despite unplanned preparations.
“We all have a really balanced team, so we all feel that we cover all our locations,” he said.
“We are now in a position to play enough cricket to know what it takes to be best prepared for this kind of tournament.”
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