Promising young batsman Will Pucovski says his ultimate focus this summer is to get as much Victorian experience under his belt as possible.
Pucovski’s emerging career has been clouded by constant concussion injuries, but is hoping this summer can swing in a change of luck.
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“To get through a full season would be ideal, trying to get through injury free,” he told SEN’s Whateley.
“Even on top of that, probably just playing as much cricket for Victoria as I can will be my goal.
“I want to earn selection and I want to stay there.
“I think as a young bloke, the more experience you get, I learnt this last year in the few games I played, it’s such a different sort of feel when you’re playing state cricket compared to any other cricket you play.
“Getting as much exposure at that level as I can will probably be my goal.
“Obviously if I get that exposure that’s because I’ve earned it and hopefully done well enough to maintain my spot.
“Ultimately if we can win a shield with Victoria that would be amazing but that’s obviously a long way down the track.”
Pucovski showcased his talent last season, posting his maiden first-class century with 188 off 414 balls against Queensland.
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