Tayla Vlaeminck ruled out of Women's Ashes, World Cup

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Tayla Vlaeminck ruled out of ongoing women's Ashes and Cricket World Cup. 23-year-old suffered stress fracture in right foot during Australia's first Ashes T20I. She had a similar injury in early 2020; this fracture completely healed and Tayla made a successful return to play international cricket in March 2021.
4 months ago

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Australia Pacer Tayla Vlaeminck Out of Women's Ashes and World Cup Due to Stress Fracture

Tayla's stress fracture adds to the injury list of Australia ahead of the women's Cricket World Cup in New Zealand.

4 months ago·India
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ESPN Cricinfo

Tayla Vlaeminck ruled out of Ashes and ODI World Cup with stress fracture

The quick bowler has suffered a recurrence of the injury which ended her T20 World Cup

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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bignewsnetwork.com

Tayla Vlaeminck ruled out of Women's Ashes, World Cup

Adelaide [Australia], January 23 (ANI): Australia fast-bowler, Tayla Vlaeminck has been ruled out of the remainder of the Women's Ashes and subsequent ICC Women's World Cup after scans revealed a stress fracture of the navicular in her right foot. Vlaeminck reported increasing pain in her foot at the end of the week with scans confirming a similar injury that kept her out of the 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup in Australia

4 months ago
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