Nat Sciver’s exit should tell women’s cricket it has some thinking to do | Jonathan Liew

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Last week England’s brilliant all-rounder said she was taking a break. The women’s game has grown so fast, but at what cost?

It’s fine to be sad. It’s fine to cry, even if it seems a little silly because, after all, it’s not like you knew her personally. It’s fine to feel bereft, disorientated, to sense the floor subsiding just a little.

Equally, it’s fine to feel nothing at all, perhaps even wonder what all the fuss is about. Though she meant different things to all of us, her loss will touch us all. And with any luck, she’ll be back for the tour of West Indies in December.

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Written by Jonathan Liew
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/blog/2022/sep/12/cricket-nat-scivers-plight-symbolises-heavy-burden-placed-on-players under the title “Nat Sciver’s exit should tell women’s cricket it has some thinking to do | Jonathan Liew”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.