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Australia out of Paris After struggling with back pain in the Shield final

Australia out of Paris After struggling with back pain in the Shield final

Joel Paris’s willingness to play through pain in the Sheffield Shield final was shown after a back injury forced him to miss the Australia A tour of New Zealand.

The left-handed fast bowler Paris, who played in two T20Is in 2016, took five wickets in the match, but he had to get painkiller injections. He also showed that he was good at many things when he hit a crucial 31 from 126 balls in a 105-run partnership with Ashton Turner that decided the game. In the Sheffield Shield, he took 27 wickets at a rate of 17.37.

He was supposed to go up against New Zealand. A could happen early next month in Christchurch, and there is also a chance of a county deal. Adam Voges, the coach of Western Australia, said that he had a chance to make a push for an Ashes spot, but now he has been benched for an undetermined amount of time.
“I’ve never really thought about long-term goals,” Paris said after the Shield final. “But since it’s an England Ashes year and Dukes balls, and I bowl left-handed, there’s a chance I could go down there.”

“This year, I’ve really just been trying to play great cricket for WA. If opportunities come up at the right time, we’ll see what happens next. But I’ve always tried to get back to playing international cricket.

“It’s been a while since I’ve stood up for Australia, but if the chance comes up, I’ll grab it with both hands.”

Jordan Buckingham, a quick bowler from South Australia who took 15 wickets in 31 overs in the Sheffield Shield, will take Paris’s place.

The Australia A team is made up of both players who are close to the Test team and younger players who are expected to be important in the future. Those with county contracts were not taken into account because they will be playing matches in the UK with Dukes balls, which will also be used in the A series.

Peter Handscomb was supposed to be on the team, but when he signed a deal with Leicestershire, he was taken off.

Australia was changed A team to go up against New Zealand Wes Agar, Xavier Bartlett, Jordan Buckingham, Aaron Hardie, Caleb Jewell, Spencer Johnson, Campbell Kellaway, Nathan McSweeney, Mitch Perry, Jimmy Peirson, Matthew Renshaw, Mitchell Swepson, Tim Ward, and Teague Wyllie.

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