He’s set to play for Melbourne Cricket Club on January 8 in a premier grade match
But his return is imminent with Pucovski set to launch his latest comeback on January 8 for Melbourne Cricket Club towards Kingston Hawthorn in a premier grade match.
“I’m counting down the days…I’m that excited for it,” Pucovski mentioned throughout Channel Seven’s BBL broadcast on Friday.
A profitable return in premier cricket may see him be included in Victoria’s Sheffield Shield aspect for the second half of the season, which leads into Australia’s Test tour of Pakistan in March.
Eerily, he watched Stars batter Hilton Cartwright get hit within the helmet by a brief supply from Ben Cutting which prompted a compulsory concussion examine. Cartwright was ready to hold batting whereas Pucovski supplied compelling perception into the concussion examine course of.
“One of the things about concussion that can be quite difficult is sometimes it can be delayed…you can be batting for another four or five overs then suddenly the grandstand is shaking or something is different,” he mentioned.
Tristan Lavalette is a journalist based mostly in Perth and writes on sports activities for the Guardian and mailerreport