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NZ pacer Lockie Ferguson ruled out of T20 WC with calf tear

Dubai [UAE], October 26 (ANI): New Zealand pacer Lockie Ferguson has been ruled out of the ongoing ICC Men's T20 World Cup in the UAE with a calf tear. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) in a release stated "Ferguson felt tightness in his right calf following training last night (Tuesday) and a subsequent MRI scan on game-day revealed a grade two tear which would require three to four weeks recovery."With the Blackcaps set to play five pool games over the next 13 days, coach Gary Stead said they had no option but to rule Ferguson out of the tournament.
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Lockie Ferguson: Yorkshire sign New Zealand bowler for T20 Blast

Yorkshire have signed New Zealand one-day specialist pace bowler Lockie Ferguson for the 2021 Vitality Blast. Ferguson, who took 21 wickets in his side's run to the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup final, will be available for all of Yorkshire's North Group games, depending on international commitments. Coach Andrew Gale...

Lockie Ferguson signs Yorkshire deal for 2021 T20 Blast

Yorkshire have announced the signing of Lockie Ferguson, the New Zealand fast bowler, as an overseas player for the T20 Blast. Ferguson's stock has risen in T20 cricket over the last six months, after he briefly starred for Kolkata Knight Riders in the 2020 IPL, taking 3 for 15 and closing out a Super-Over win in his first appearance of the season against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He also impressed in New Zealand's home series against West Indies, taking combined figures of 7 for 56 across nine overs, before an injury ruled him out of the ongoing series against Australia.