Sherfane Rutherford returns from the IPL
By Sangeeta Viswas
on Fri Sep 24 2021
Sherfane Rutherford returned from the IPL. After the death of his father. The 23-year-old Guyana batsman was recently settled by Sunrisers Hyderabad as a replacement for Jonny Bairstow, who was ruled out of the UAE leg of this 2021 season.
‘The SRH family extend their condolences to Sherfane Rutherford and his family. Sherfane was a central figure in the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots side that lifted the CPL 2021 trophy.
Rutherford was the team’s second-highest run-scorer, scoring three half-centuries for the season in his tally of 262 runs at a strike rate of 127.18.
The Sunrisers team suffered a major setback after the loss of Sherfane Rutherford. And who is at the bottom of IPL 2021 rankings. Because they were the 2016 champions, they have Jason Roy in for an early game spot.
Natarajan and Vijay are going for the upcoming games without Shankar. As the former tested positive for Covid-19 and the latter was identified as a close association.
Rutherford’s exit is a huge blow to Sunrisers. who are at the bottom of the list this season. With just one win from eight matches three Sunrisers players.
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Natarajan on Wednesday tested positive for Covid-19. And Vijay Shankar was forced into self-isolation after being identified as one of his close friends.
The Sunrisers moved from Dubai to Sharjah for their next cricket game. Against Punjab Kings, who are above them with a cushion of four points. The franchise has yet to advertise whether they will be seeking a replacement for Rutherford.