Batsman Stephen Doheny referred to as up in its place
Uncapped Rock has been dropped from the staff as he awaits a follow-up take a look at on the staff lodge. According to a Cricket Ireland free up, a participant and a team of workers member who got here involved with Rock can be examined.
Meanwhile, Doheny may even go through a COVID-19 take a look at and can sign up for the staff on Monday if a damaging outcome comes.
“Due to our biosecurity measures and contact tracing, we are satisfied that we do not have any real close contact cases and therefore this should have minimal impact on the team,” Cricket Ireland’s head of sports science Mark Roussa mentioned. “However, very in moderation, because of the proximity of the beginning of the collection, we can take a look at a participant and a team of workers member who showed that that they had spent little time with Neil with the proper COVID-safe precautions. We be expecting him to To take a look at damaging and rejoin the staff the next day to come.”
This three-match series, which is set to begin on 19 July, will be Ireland’s first in T20Is since March 2020, following various cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Rock was among three uncapped players called up; The others are William McClintock and Ben White.