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SA cricketers cramping up?

Even the most professional cricket players suffer from cramps. But why- are they unfit? Is it the heat? What could be the problem?

Lower back injuries

Lower back injuries include stress fractures, particularly in adolescent fast bowlers. Other areas that could be damaged include the disc, facet joint or surrounding soft tissue.

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There are two main types of shoulder injuries which affect cricketers; throwers shoulder and traumatic injury.

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