(Reuters) – New Zealand have reported no new COVID-19 cases amongst gamers and workers earlier than their warm-up match towards English county aspect Sussex, the nation’s cricket board (NZC) stated on Saturday.
Batsman Henry Nicholls, bowler Blair Tickner and bowling coach Shane Jurgensen, who returned optimistic fast antigen exams on Friday morning, will stay in isolation till Wednesday.
“All remaining gamers and help workers Rapid Antigen Tests returned detrimental this morning,” NZC stated in an announcement earlier than the match started in Brighton, after the primary day was rained off and play was deserted.
New Zealand tackle England in the primary check of their three-match sequence at Lord’s beginning June 2.
(Reporting by Hritika Sharma in Bengaluru; Editing by Hugh Lawson)