Eye Witness News – CAPE TOWN – An emotional David Warner has again apologised for his part in the ball-tampering incident, saying he’ll regret it for as long as he lives.

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  • CAPE TOWN – An emotional David Warner has again apologised for his part in the ball-tampering incident, saying he’ll regret it for as long as he lives.
  • Warner, Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft received bans after the ball-tampering incident.
  • Both Warner and Smith have been banned for a year, while Bancroft was issued a nine-month ban following the third Test against South Africa.
  • To South African players, administration and fans, I apologise unreservedly for my part in this and I am sorry.
  • When asked whether any other players or coaches were aware of the ball-tampering, he simply said: “I’m here today to accept my responsibility for my part, my involvement for what happened in Cape Town.


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