Cameron Green’s ‘Vicious’ Short-Ball Takes Out Jimmy Peirson’s Helmet During Marsh Cup One-Day Game. Watch | Cricket News

Wicketkeeper-batter Jimmy Peirson dodged a large bullet on Monday after Australian all-rounder Cameron Green took out his helmet with a ‘vicious’ short-ball throughout a Marsh Cup One-Day recreation between Queensland Bulls and Western Australia (WA) on the Gabba in Brisbane. The incident passed off throughout the twenty eighth over of the Queensland innings. After copping a blow on his helmet, Peirson was assessed by the physician and physio for a possible concussion.

After hitting Peirson on the helmet, Green was fast to apologise to the wicketkeeper-batter. Other gamers together with Australia’s Test star Joe Burns, who was on the non-striker’s finish, additionally got here to test on his teammate.

Luckily for Peirson, who was batting on 12 at the moment, the physician and physio allowed him to proceed. He went on to smash an excellent half-century, regardless of his group ending on the dropping facet.

WA piled-up a large complete of 361/3 on the again of Cameron Bancroft’s unbeaten 124 off simply 104 balls. Openers Joshua Philippe (45 off 49) and Nick Robson had given WA an honest begin, including 74 runs for the primary wicket.

After that, Bancroft, who’s eyeing a spot in Australia’s Ashes squad, anchored the innings earlier than Green and Aston Turner additionally impressed with knocks of 70 and 71*, respectively.

For the Bulls, James Bazley took 2 for 73 whereas Matthew Kuhnemann took the opposite scalp.


Chasing a goal of 362, Queensland had been bowled out for 291 as WA gained the sport by 70 runs. The Bulls prime 4 batters, together with Test star Marnus Labuschagne, could not conjure a lot and had been dismissed cheaply.

Burns (73 off 74) and Peirson (62 off 50) did placed on a resilient combat because the pair added 124 runs for the fifth wicket earlier than each had been dismissed in fast successions by Andrew Tye.

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