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Sport Delays at SCG after roof panel dislodged while players were warming up

10:51  13 january  2018
10:51  13 january  2018 Source:   smh.com.au

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A roof panel dislodged by strong winds has forced players off the field at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday afternoon, and caused delays to the Women's Big Bash League. Twitter. Women's Big Bash League delayed after SCG roof panel dislodged while players were warming up https

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The SCG did not open its gates until the roof panel had been secured, with people queuing outside to wait.© Lyn Clisdell/Facebook The SCG did not open its gates until the roof panel had been secured, with people queuing outside to wait.

A roof panel dislodged by strong winds forced players off the field at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday afternoon, and caused delays to the Women's Big Bash League.

The roof panel is believed to have come loose from the north-east corner of the SCG, while Thunder players were warming up on that side of the ground.

Players were immediately sent off the ground and it does not appear that anyone was injured in the incident.

The SCG advised on its social media accounts that gates would remain closed and play delayed for the WBBL clash between the Sydney Sixers and Thunder because of a "maintenance issue".

The rogue roof panel caused a delay of an hour, with the WBBL match beginning at 3.30pm rather than at 2.30pm, as expected.

A BBL game between the Sydney Sixers and Thunder is scheduled for 7.20pm.

The SCG wrote there was no change to the BBL "start time at this stage", on its Twitter account on Saturday afternoon.

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