Cameron Bancroft Ruled out of Sheffield Shield Final due to Concussion

Cameron Bancroft
Cameron Bancroft (image: CA)

The Passionate cyclist Cameron Bancroft has been ruled out of the Sheffield Shield finals after falling from the cycle on March 17 which led to a concussion.

Cameron Bancroft Ruled out of Sheffield Shield Final

The Western Australia wicketkeeper batter Cameron Bancroft has been a pivotal part. He’s not only their leading run-scorer this season but also the second-highest overall run-getter.

He was the only batter to amass over 3000 runs in the last five seasons. Western Australia is looking forward to getting a hat trick title in Shield. But the side will be having a major blowback as Bancroft was ruled out.

He was the second highest scorer in the ongoing season 2023-24 scoring 778 runs with an average of 48.6. Tasmania batter Beau Webster tops the list with 914 runs at an average of 65.3.

He was one of the Australian Players who is set to join County cricket franchise Gloucestershire for the upcoming season which is set to start on April 05.

He has played 10 tests and one T20I for the national side in his career. His last International appearance was in the 2nd Test between England and Australia of the ICC World Test Championship scoring only 29 runs in the test.

Western Australia has to choose between Teague Wyllie and Cooper Connolly as a replacement for the opening batter in the playing 11. If they win the finals, Western Australia will be the first Australian domestic team to hold Shield and One-Day Cup titles for three years in a row.

On the other hand, Tasmanian cricketer Matthew Wade has announced his red ball tournament retirement and will be retiring after the finals match.

Western Australia has played 10 test matches out of which they won five matches and faced defeat in two matches. Western Australia and Tasmania will be playing the finals starting on March 21 at WACA Ground.