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Claire Riley was taking a selfie of herself with the Ospreys scrum-half when she blacked out and hit the deck, suffering two broken ribs and a nasty blow to the head.
If that was not enough, the 30-year-old Surrey batter also had to deal with a nasty blow to the left glove, which required treatment from physio Craig de Weymarn.
NASTY BLOW Brady goes off on a stretcher after head clash
Imad took a nasty blow on the head at point, when Hales climbed into a big shot off Sohail Tanvir.
Farbrace said: "It was a nasty blow but there is no fracture.
Just before he took that chance, he took a nasty blow from an elbow which could have decked many a player and led to him losing his discipline.
Just before he took that chance he took a nasty blow from an elbow but he just got on with it.
Gloucestershire batsman Ian Cockbain retired hurt after scoring 15 following a nasty blow on the hand from an Owen delivery and it remains to be seen if he bats today.
Ba was denied by Mignolet in extra time and Besiktas looked most likely of the two to score but it came down to the lottery of penalties and fate dealt Lovren a nasty blow.
The only negative from an England point of view was the nasty blow Stuart Broad took to his face attempting to hook the Indian quick Varun Aaron.
It was a really nasty blow, I think he's broken his nose.
Murali Vijay had edged Anderson just short of second slip, resulting in a nasty blow "to the left thumb and "acute bruising" but no fracture for Ian Bell - who stayed off the field thereafter.