Australia’s all-conquering women’s team is facing some changes this summer, with the prospect of a new coach and a new captain from Shelley Nitschke.
If Lanning does not return in time for India’s T20I tour in December, with Healy being one of the favorites for the leadership, the wicketkeeper-batsman is confident he is ready if called upon. But it comes as the 32-year-old said she was stunned recently thinking about her plans. شركة بوين
“Meg is taking a break and Rach is retiring, it hit me like a ton of bricks,” Healy told AAP at the Men’s T20 World Cup trophy event in Sydney. “It made me sit back and think about what I was doing and what it looked like for me.
“The beauty is that I still really love the sport and get involved at the moment. I’m just going to follow along and keep doing what I’m doing and continue to enjoy it.”
One factor that keeps Healy going is what remains on the horizon. Originally seen as the last front line after reclaiming the 50-over World Cup and winning gold at the Commonwealth Games this year, Australia now have their first Test in India in 39 years to be held next December.
“Mitch jokes all the time at home that I’ve changed my mind three or four times about continuing to play,” Healy said. “But it is only because of the fact that new opportunities continue to pop up that I want to be a part of.
“I get crazy FOMO when I’m watching cricket. We haven’t really toured India in such a short time. So the fact that we’re going there twice in a span of 12 months is exciting. كيف يلعب البوكر “
Meanwhile, Healy could serve as an answer to Australia’s captaincy question, with doubts over Lanning’s future following the retirement of vice-captain Haynes and his exit from the WBBL.
Healy has publicly stated that there may be better candidates, with Beth Mooney, Jess Jonassen and Tahlia McGrath being other possible options.
But his history as one of Australia’s most experienced players, along with captaining NSW, would make him an obvious choice. روليت للايفون
“I’ve taken a lot out of captaining NSW,” Healy said. “Our Beauty” [NSW] The team has been leading a really young, inexperienced team over the years. It’s been a really enjoyable job for me: being able to talk cricket with young players.
“So I think in a sense, it belongs to the Aussies. We are in a similar boat at the moment. If it comes my way I will take a lot of confidence and some of that experience.”