ANI Photo | England’s Freya Kemp ruled out of West Indies tour with back injury

The 17-year-old all-rounder Freya Kemp, who made her debut for England in the summer, has been ruled out of the rest of the ongoing tour against West Indies.
Due to back pain, Kemp missed all three of England’s one-day international victories over West Indies, which they won 3-0.

“England Women’s all-rounder Freya Kemp has been ruled out of the rest of the West Indies series with back pain limiting her cricket. Kemp will now return to the UK for further exploratory scans,” an England Cricket Board (ECB) statement said.
After Alice Capsey injured her collarbone and returned home, Kemp is the most recent player to be ruled out of the tour due to injury.
England and West Indies will play the first game of the five-match T20I series in Antigua on Sunday night. The final four games take place in Barbados from December 14-22. (ANI)

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