Aussie cricketers in horror clash-of-heads

2016-12-14 12:35

Cape Town - Two Australian cricketers have miraculously escaped unharmed after a nasty outfield clash-of-heads.

According to the Stuff website, Tom Triffitt and team-mate Adam Zampa collided at high speed in a Big Bash practice match between the Melbourne Stars and Sydney Thunder.

The pair escaped without serious injury, and walked off the ground, but sat out the rest of the game. Medical staff cleared them of concussion.

Zampa, who has played 19 ODIs and 8 T20I for Australia, miraculously managed to hold on to the catch.

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