Cracking Jones ton lights up the Knights
Renegades at Geelong and is expected to be further assessed by Victorian medical officials.
Pattinson played his first Sheffield Shield match in 20 months at the start of November and played four games in a row before the BBL break.
He then got through six Big Bash games, taking four wickets, but this latest injury could have greater implications.
Pattinson, who has 70 Test wickets but played his last game for Australia in February, 2016, was being talked about as a likely member of the Australian squad for the Ashes in England this year.
He was looking to push his case in the second half of the shield season, which resumes on February 23.
His availability for the Vics will however depend on his recovery from his latest injury. A SWASHBUCKLING century by Brady Jones delivered an incredible victory to the Kingborough Knights in their clash with South Hobart-Sandy Bay at Queenborough yesterday in the final round of the CTPL Twenty20 games.
The Sharks posted 6-185 — and lost about three balls in the process — and when Kingborough lost opener Backhouse at 1-17, it looked an imposing mountain to climb.
But the blazing blade of Jones slayed the home side’s bowling attack as he cut, drove and mostly hoiked the Sharks to all points of the compass, as they replied with 1-187 off 18.5.
Jones’s matchwinning 100 came off only 52 balls and included seven shots to the fence and six over it.
It was a second CTPL T20 century for Jones — Clarence’s TSL football captain — and yesterday a career-best knock after his other one at Kingston Beach Oval eight years ago.
“The wicket was pretty flat so I thought we could do it if we got a few partnerships going,” Jones said.
“I had a bit of fun. It’s good to be back playing T20 with the boys. It’s a good young group and it’s enjoyable to be around them.
“I wanted to play the full season but I’m really busy at the moment. I’ve got a new role at work, footy preseason, we’re building a house and the missus is about 19 weeks pregnant.
“But I thought I’d sneak in and play some Twenty20s.”
Lindisfarne and Clarence warmed up for their CTPL Twenty20 grand final showdown with big wins.
Second-placed Clarence restricted Greater Northern to 7-105 with Alistair Taylor (28 off 31) the best of the visitors.
The Roos were brutal with the bat, bashing 5-106 off only 7.1 overs, led by man of the match Harry Allanby, who hammered 43 runs off 12 balls (seven fours and two sixes), adding to his 2-21 with the ball.
Raider’s spinner Alex Kerrison was the most successful bowler of the day, taking 3-46, including the scalp of Allanby.
Opener Mac Wright (89 off 66 no) steered ladder leader Lindisfarne to a solid win over New Town at Anzac Park.
The Two Blues made 2-156 and despite the best efforts of New Town opener John Ferguson (67 off 65 no), the Bucks pulled up short at 6-131.
Glenorchy had a comfortable win over University at KGV.