Emma Manix-Geeves will play no part in Tasmania's two upcoming WNCL fixtures after going down with a quad strain at the weekend.
The 20-year-old keeper won a recall to the state squad after a scintillating season in the Cricket Tasmania Premier League, where she is more than 100 runs clear atop the batting charts.
Manix-Geeves, who was delisted by the Tigers last season, made 49 not out for Riverside and 54 for the Greater Northern Raiders in what looked a successful weekend of cricket before going down with an injury.
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She was not available to be selected for home clashes with Western Australia on Wednesday and Friday.
"We were hoping she'd be available for the up and coming games - unfortunately she's missed out," Tigers coach Salliann Beams said.
"I think she would have just missed out on the XI because our top order have been playing very well, but she's definitely putting a lot of pressure on them.
"All we're asking for these girls is to go and score runs away from this environment and she's definitely done that this season."
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Young pair Chloe Abel and Maddison Brooks have won call-ups to the 14-player squad following good form in the CTPL.
Brooks made 57 not against Manix-Geeves' Raiders on Sunday, while the contracted Abel, who has been playing in the first and second grade competitions, made a 50 before Christmas.
"We're now getting some really good junior players coming through - Chloe gives us something that potentially we've not seen in this state with a bit of pace and bounce," Beams said.
"Maddie is a 16-year-old who's come on in leaps and bounds, especially this season.
"She's an off-spinner that also bats - she bowled very well in club cricket this weekend - and she's a great character as well."
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