Sarah Glenn to Miss Remainder of New Zealand Tour Due to Concussion

Sarah Glenn Out of NZ Tour: Shocking Concussion News!

Sarah Glenn to Miss Remainder of New Zealand Tour Due to Concussion

England’s Sarah Glenn has been ruled out of the remainder of the New Zealand tour after sustaining a concussion during the third T20I of the five-match series. Glenn’s injury limited her to just one over in the game, during which she dismissed New Zealand’s Suzie Bates. Despite her early exit, New Zealand managed to secure a narrow three-run victory.

Sarah Glenn in action during England's Women's T20WC 2023

Glenn had previously shone in England’s ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 match against Ireland, taking an impressive 3/19.

Initial reports suggested that the 24-year-old would miss the final two T20Is of the series and the first two matches of the ODI series. However, following the ECB’s Graded Return to Play Protocols, it has been determined that Glenn will not be fit in time to return for the final match of the series. No replacement has been announced for Glenn as yet.

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Despite Glenn’s absence, England managed to clinch the T20I series 4-1 and currently lead the ODI series 1-0. This series forms part of the ICC Women’s Championship. In the first ODI in Wellington, England found themselves in a precarious position at 79/6 while chasing 209. However, a record partnership between Amy Jones and Charlie Dean turned the tide in England’s favour.