Cape Town - Belligerent Cape Cobras opener Richard Levi has made a significant
recovery following a freak injury in the field and a blow to the temple,
and is on course to represent the Cape Cobras in their final Ram Slam T20
Challenge match of the league phase against the Dolphins at Kingsmead
old, nicknamed "The Bear", spent an evening under supervision in hospital
following an injury while fielding when a throw from the boundary hit him on the head.
Puttick did not warn me beforehand, it could have been worse, but it was
diagnosed as mild concussion.
doctors were just concerned there is a delayed effect, and therefore they kept
me in hospital,” he said.
some throw-downs with Dieter Swanepoel and his team-mate Beuran Hendricks on
Wednesday for about 40 minutes at Newlands, and he showed no side-effects
of the injury.
He was also
examined by a neurologist as well as a medical doctor to ensure he is ready for
action the past few days.
there won’t be any psychological or physical damage, and he feels fine.
of Levi on a Ram Slam T20 Challenge match cannot be ignored, as he struck 392
runs in the campaign last year and also smashed a century in the final of the One Day Cup competition in 2014/15.
struck two half-centuries in each competition this season, but has lamented the
fact that he has not capitalised enough on flying starts to score big 80’s or
even a century.
be given the perfect opportunity to prepare himself for the semi-final playoff
match in style if he is selected for the final league-match against the Dolphins at Kingsmead.
The first ball will be bowled at 18:00.