Concussion sub Brooks details quick scramble to bat | Australia v West Indies 2022-23

Concussion sub brooks details quick scramble to bat | australia v west indies 2022-23

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West Indies batter Shamarh Brooks was busy on 12th duties when he was called upon as a concussion substitute for teammate Nkrumah Bonner on day three in Perth

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