Kapusi, 18, was promoted to first-time batsman for the first time with 17 off 13 balls, but he will fly home from England and is now a serious doubt for England’s other competitions in the winter, including the T20 World Cup in South Africa in February. .
“Alice Kapusi suffered an injury in the first ODI against West Indies Women,” an ECB statement read. “Following further tests, she has fractured her left collarbone and will not be able to participate in the remainder of the tour. Capsie will now return to the UK.”
It was a major setback both for Capsey personally and for England, who had hoped to land her in a new top-level role alongside Sofia Dunkley as incoming manager Jon Lewis. Part of a more aggressive new outlook under the leadership.
Capsey won her first ECB central contract in November and has just wrapped up her debut in the Melbourne Star Ladies Gala.
“When anybody goes down on the field and you’re not really sure what’s going on, it’s a weird thing to stand on the field as a unit and feel sorry for your teammates, feel sorry for your friends,” Sciver said. Say.
“We found out this morning that she was going home so really, really felt sorry for her. She’ll be back, she’ll be back, I’m sure.
“It’s a broken collarbone and I don’t know how long that means for recovery. She’s going to really miss the trip as much as anyone and I don’t know what that means for the new year.”