SportKhawaja injures hamstring in Aussie chase
Jonassen stars in Aussie women warm-up win
Jess Jonassen has taken three wickets as Australia cruised to victory in their first warm-up match ahead of the women's Ashes. Jess Jonassen has enhanced her position as Australia's chief spinner after taking three wickets in their win over an English academy side. Credit Cards Are Now Offering 0% Interest Until 2020 Find out more on Finder Ad Finder.com.au In one of two warm ups ahead of the women's Ashes, Jonassen claimed figures of 3-19 in the six-wicket win.
Khawaja sought treatment on his left hamstring just five balls into his innings, getting it strapped between overs early in Australia's pursuit of 326 at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Two people are killed after plane crashes into a North Carolina home and seriously injures the homeowner's wife
A release from the State Highway Patrol says the single-engine civilian plane went down shortly before midnight on Thursday in Hope Mills at 4821 Pasadena Court. The pilot and a man living in the home died at the scene, while the man's wife was said to be injured. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited No identities have been released and the crash is still The woman was rushed to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center in Fayetteville and is said to be in serious condition, the Highway Patrol explained to WRAL. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
The left-hander hit one more run - a single to the backward square boundary - but struggled to return for a second and subsequently walked from the field.
He will remain at the ground and continue to be assessed.
Khawaja is one of several injury concerns suddenly confronting Australia in their last group match.
Mitchell Starc required the attention of a physio on the boundary while fielding on Saturday after appearing ginger, but he later returned to the bowling crease and took two wickets.
Marcus Stoinis also required the assistance of the physio while batting on Saturday, having missed two games with a side strain earlier in the World Cup.
Unlicensed driver leads police on wild chase through parkland.
An unlicensed driver has led police on a wild chase through Sydney’s west, with the pursuit captured on video from above. Police attempted stop a Nissan Maxima on Cowpasture Road in Bossley Park at 11am yesterday after it allegedly failed to stop at a red light. The driver then lead police on a seven-kilometre pursuit through Bonnyrigg, Edensor Park and St Johns Park. © NSW Police The 40-year-old driver has never held a licence. At one point, the Nissan mounted the footpath on New Leaf Parade in Bonnyrigg and drove into parkland.
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