Women’s World Cup 2022: Oram returns home; Tahuhu, Devine injuries to be assessed in Christchurch

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Women's World Cup 2022: Oram returns home; Tahuhu, Devine injuries to be assessed in Christchurch
Women's World Cup 2022: Oram returns home; Tahuhu, Devine injuries to be assessed in Christchurch

Women’s World Cup 2022: Oram returns home; Tahuhu, Devine injuries to be assessed in Christchurch

Women’s World Cup 2022: WHITE FERNS assistant coach, Jacob Oram, has left the squad to return home to family.

Oram made the tough decision to leave the group after receiving the news that his wife and two children have tested positive for Covid-19.

WHITE FERNS coach, Bob Carter, was fully supportive of Oram’s decision. And acknowledged the hard work and sacrifices he had made over the past seven weeks.

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“Ultimately, family is the most important thing. So we fully support Jacob and his need to return home and care for his loved ones,” Carter said.

Meanwhile, experienced WHITE FERNS duo, Sophie Devine (back) and Lea Tahuhu (left hamstring) will medically assessed in Christchurch. After sustaining injuries in yesterday’s round-robin match against England.

The WHITE FERNS head to Christchurch today ahead of their final ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup round-robin match against Pakistan on Saturday at Hagley Oval.