London Spirit head coach Shane Warne checks optimistic for Covid-19 and misses their Hundred conflict in opposition to Southern Courageous at Lord’s
- Shane Warne was not current at Lord’s for London Spirit’s newest Hundred match
- The Australia legend reported feeling unwell and examined optimistic for Covid-19
- One different employees member has examined optimistic – however no gamers have been affected
- London Spirit haven’t but registered a win on this 12 months’s Hundred competitors
London Spirit males’s head coach Shane Warne missed the workforce’s Hundred fixture in opposition to the Southern Courageous after testing optimistic for Covid-19.
The Australian spin-bowling legend reported feeling unwell and subsequently returned a optimistic lateral circulation check, with the results of a PCR check due imminently.
One other member of the teaching employees examined optimistic for the virus, with each them and Warne now self-isolating.
Shane Warne is self-isolating following a optimistic Covid-19 check having reported feeling unwell
One different London Spirit males’s employees member has examined optimistic and can be self-isolating
No gamers have been examined optimistic or been recognized as shut contacts.
‘Shane will isolate from the squad and help employees while he awaits PCR outcomes,’ Spirit mentioned.
London Spirit males have but to register a win on this 12 months’s inaugural Hundred competitors.
London Spirit males have but to get a win on the board within the inaugural Hundred competitors
They kicked off with a dramatic three-wicket defeat as Birmingham Phoenix handed their complete of 145 with simply three balls to spare.
Their native derby in opposition to the Oval Invincibles was deserted final Sunday as a consequence of dangerous climate earlier than the workforce fell simply eight runs in need of their goal of 124 set by the Trent Rockets.