Tayla Vlaeminck recovers from injury and uncapped Darcy Brown creates a lot of excitement
Rachel Haynes We believe that the increased inventory of high-speed bowlers in Australia will bring a “point of difference” to the aspect of being built for the 2021-22 schedule and having a lot of big prizes.
Tayla Vlaeminck For the first time since being removed from the T20 World Cup over a year ago, he returned to the team for a tour of New Zealand. Darcy Brown After the season she impressed WBBL and WNCL, that possibility has created a lot of excitement in the game.
Belinda VakarewaHaving one ODI cap from the 2017 World Cup, is also part of the team and injured Annabel Sutherland It is tilted to push the speed gun further. Hannah DarlingtonAnother new name for the New Zealand tour was chosen behind her death bowling skill set at t20. Meanwhile, Taneale Peschel and Stella Campbell will closely monitor their progress.
“It’s really exciting to have such a fast bowler, especially for Australian cricket,” said Haynes, Australia’s deputy captain, before taking off on Saturday. “Even just four years ago, our attacks were built around slow paced and spiny. Now we’re talking about having five or six high-speed bowlers. They’re young. It will be faster. That is the point of difference for us and it will be really competitive in terms of position. “
In her short international appearance before the injury, especially in a try series prior to the T20 World Cup just before her leg stress fracture was diagnosed, Vlaeminck rushed the batter and acted her to the ongoing WNCL. I kept away from.
And during the WNCL, there was an over from Brown, further highlighting her potential after the promising WBBL campaign of the Adelaide Strikers. Facing Queensland, she bounced off Georgia Voor, then hit Beth Mooney twice with a slow inswinger that thundered the pad, the second time trapping her lbw.
“We rarely see players jumping into the scene, throwing fast outswingers and rushing to the best players in the world,” said Australian coach Matthew Mott. “You can see her rushing people, good players, especially in New Zealand situations where the ball sways, and I can’t wait to see her over there.
“Whether she gets off to a good start, it will be an incredible learning opportunity for her, but she’s certainly included in the mix. She’s the many attributes we’ve been looking for. I have.”
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Former Australia’s Quick Kathryn Fitzpatrick is considered the best ever, but in countries with a new generation, at least well-funded female pathways, the advantage is access to high-performance setups from an early age.
“It takes a lot of investment in your path and talent ID to bring in such a player,” Haynes said. “This reflects what WBBL has done to attract different types of athletes to the sport.”
Pace bowling is an area where Mott has spent a lot of time in women’s games and you can see the results coming out.
“From the moment we joined the game, we clearly knew that it was this area that we were most likely to develop,” he said. “The state deserves a lot of praise and a national performance team with Tay. [Vlaeminck] And Annabel [Sutherland] They learned how to train properly. Those things really helped develop some good quick or can do it physically and I think it’s exciting for games in the world.
“State coaches and national coaches have all turned their attention to the awards. It’s so effective to pace off the ball with female cricket, so if you can encourage these bowlers, you’ll get short-term results. There will be a shortage and the prize will grow. Keep in mind that it is really starting to bear fruit. “
How interested Ellyse Perry After returning from a serious hamstring injury after finishing the T20 World Cup, she brings the ball in New Zealand after a difficult season. At WBBL, she took 8 wickets at 34.37, with an economic rate of 8.25. WNCL also manages only two wickets in six games, despite being Victoria’s most expensive bowler.
“She had some problems with the run-up at some point, but she seems to be ironing herself, which is exciting,” Mott said. “She is one of the best in history, and the longer she stays in the park, the better she will be.”
Andrew McGlashan is Deputy Editor-in-Chief of ESPNcricinfo.
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