Posts Tagged "Cameron Bancroft"

Banned cricketers David Warner and Cameron Bancroft have signed up for the NT’s Strike League.

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Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft will be taking a very special interest in the ICC’s upcoming decision regarding future ball-tamperers.

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Banned Test opener Cameron Bancroft has won the right to play WA club cricket this year – and it all happened while he was getting his yoga fix.

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Now that the dust has settled on the Cape Town incident and Australian cricket is making steps to move on, Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are probably in a better place mentally to begin working on their redemption stories.

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With the Australian team imploding in South Africa, the public is now focused on selections for the Channel Seven commentary team next summer.

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Cricket Australia completed its investigation into the Cape Town fiasco and concluded that the trio of David Warner, Cameron Bancroft and Steve Smith were involved in tampering with the ball using sandpaper.

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Cricket Australia (CA) should take into account “extraordinary contrition” shown by Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft over the ball-tampering scandal, the players’ union says.

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Sports administration is a dog eat dog world.

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We heard the words ‘apologise’ and ‘sorry’ numerous times from David Warner yesterday, but apart from emphasising his contrition, we learnt little more – in fact, if anything, we ended up with the situation being even more muddied.

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Sport has always reflected those who play it. It can be beautiful and ugly, crooked and straight, greedy and generous, malicious and genial, fair and unfair. Often it can be all these things at once.

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Cameron Bancroft and Steve Smith have faced the music at press conferences in Perth and Sydney respectively, with both emotional attempting to explain their actions after the ball tampering saga in Cape Town last week.

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The fallout from the ball tampering fiasco reached its climax overnight in Johannesburg as Cricket Australia read the riot act to Cameron Bancroft, Steve Smith and David Warner. Join The Roar for live updates from around 6:30pm (AEDT) as Bancroft and Smith speak to the media for the first time since their original press conference […]

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After reading multiple articles in the aftermath of Cameron Bancroft’s ball tampering in Cape Town, I have been overwhelmed with emotions of anger, disappointment and sadness, to the point where I have been on the verge of tears.

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Olympus has fallen. The mighty Australian cricket team’s descent into sheer chaos has been cataclysmic, and the empire lies in ruins.

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In the midst of this issue which has dominated Australian sport over the past few days, two lessons have emerged.

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I am a proud South African and hate losing to the ‘wizards of Oz’. Growing up in the nineties, it was painful watching Glenn McGrath, the Waugh brothers, and Shane Warne murder us at will. I and most of my generation are still haunted by that ’99 semi-final with that run-out.

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Cricket Australia’s sanctions for Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft for the ball tampering scandal have been confirmed, with all three players set for a long stint out of the game.

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Disgraced Australian cricketers Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft will soon return home from South Africa as the fallout continues from the ball-tampering bombshell.

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Australian cricket has begun its slow journey to redemption. And, for the moment, we are all on a drip feed, awaiting the full extent of the sanctions that will be meted out to those guilty of shaming the game over the weekend.

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Matt Renshaw will return to Test cricket against South Africa on Friday in the form of his life, having piled up an incredible 705 runs at 78 from his past dozen first-class innings.

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