Concussion in Cricket
Concussion is a complex and potentially significant brain injury that must be taken seriously. Failure to do so can have major immediate and long-term consequences. Find resources and advice below on concussion in cricket.
Eoin Morgan on concussion in cricket
Eoin Morgan talks about his experience of dealing with concussion in cricket after receiving a blow to the helmet against Australia.
09 December 2016
Head injury advice
Any player with a suspected head injury must be monitored both on and off the field; the player should not leave the ground without being provided with head injury advice.More info
The ECB and PCA strongly encourage all cricket clubs and cricketers to review their existing head protector equipment.More info
Return to play
Regardless of the extent or nature of the concussion there is a need for immediate cognitive and physical rest.More info