Ollie Robinson, an English pacer, will return to the Cricket field to play in Sussex’s second team in the T20 game against Hampshire, his county confirmed on Monday. “Mitch Claydon is added to the Sharks Squad as coverage for his trip to Chelmsford. Henry Crocombe will not travel and the Second XI T20 match, which closes in Sussex, will be played against Hampshire instead of The Central Central County Ground.” , said Sussex. in an official document. “Henry will have Ollie Robinson in the second team. Ollie will return to Cricket after taking a short break last week,” he added.
Last week, Robinson decided to take a short break from Cricket after the Cricket Board of England and Wales (ECB) suspended him from International Cricket.
“After a tough week, Ollie has decided to take a short break from playing to spend time with his young family,” Sussex said in an official statement.
“The well-being of players and staff, including mental health and well-being, is a priority for the club and that is why Sussex Cricket fully supports Ollie in its decision,” the statement said.
“When he is ready to return, Ollie will be welcome to the club, and discussions with the rest of the team over the last week have made it clear that he maintains the support of all his Sussex teammates,” he said.
“From a welfare perspective we remain in close contact with Ollie and will provide more information on usability at the appropriate time,” he added.
Last week, Robinson Sussex suspended the ECB from all international cricket until the results of a disciplinary investigation following tweets published in 2012 and 2013.
Robinson immediately left the English camp and returned to his county.
Robinson apologized “without forgiveness” for the “racist and sexist” tweets he posted as a teenager more than eight years ago.
Robinson also admitted that he was “embarrassed” by making racist remarks when tweets from 2012-2013 reappeared on social media.
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