That means the women's team are set to return to training imminently, after CSA was given the green light last Monday to let its players resume training. They will also be given as much information as possible about playing in a bio-bubble and touring for an extended period of time, which may include a larger squad than normal. "We discussed with the management team and the ladies this morning, to take them through the return to play medical protocols and trying to get them to understand how cricket will look in England over that period and the quarantine periods that are required," Smith said. "The tour can become very long so we must just decide what the right timing for a build-up is. There's 14 days quarantine either side of a tour and a long tour, so it can become very taxing. There is an element of trying to decide how big your squads need to be when they travel, so there are a lot of learnings and new discussions that needs to happen." … [Read more...] about Hilton Moreeng reappointed as South Africa women’s head coach
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"Yesterday I tried to take the situation out of it, the fact we'd lost a couple of wickets, and just try to take it as deep as possible," he said. "Glenn's innings was amazing and really took the pressure off at times, allowed me to just keep batting. It would have been nice to capitalise at the end and get a few more but was rapt with the partnership I had with Maxi to get us into a really good position." … [Read more...] about Mitchell Marsh ‘confident’ of Australia role as opportunity knocks again
Michael Atherton, though, expects selectors to prioritise Test cricket this summer, with the games part of the World Test Championship and this year's T20 World Cup in Australia potentially being postponed from its October and November slot due to the coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about What next as West Indies arrive in England for three-Test series?