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Canberra: Sydney Thunder all-rounder Daniel Sims has been cleared to play in the Big Bash League knockout game against the Brisbane Heat.
Sims lost the last three Thunder matches due to a hand injury. He suffered a bone and tendon injury in his right hand after the ball miraculously fell while fielding in his own bowling during the January 18 match against Hobart Hurricane at Manuka Oval.
“After going through his pace at yesterday’s training session, Sam’s got the green light to play last night’s pressure-filled match against the Heat in Canberra,” Thunder said in a statement.
“It’s nice to go to Dean, which is interesting for us,” said Thunder coach Shane Bond. He got full training yesterday and looked good, so he will be back in our team.
Bond said he and assistant coaches Sean Bradstreet and John Dawson paid close attention to how Sims’ hand handled a tough session in the batting net.
“His batting was the most important thing we looked at. There are always some couples who are associated with an injured hand, so the real concern was his batting. The good news is that he No worries and they are ready to go, “he said. .
Sam’s return is a big boost for the Thunder as he has been named an X Factor in this summer’s BBL Team of Tournament.
At the time of injuring his hand, he had taken 10 wickets with the ball. However, the batsman has scored 199 runs with the help of 49.75 this season and has taken it to another level with an impressive strike rate of 191.
Since making his Australian debut for the Twenty20 team in December, he has shown great stubbornness and wicket-taking power in the BBL.
Sims confirmed that an injury based on how he feels during his net session will not affect his batting.
“There’s a little bit of awareness of the pain. But, I’ll go there and bat the way I normally would,” he said.

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