Sky Sports – David Warner and Cameron Bancroft join Strike League in Australia

By Joe Shread

Last Updated: 29/05/18 8:23am

David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are currently banned from playing international or state-level cricket

David Warner and Cameron Bancroft have agreed to take part in the Strike League, a one-day tournament in the Northern Territory in Australia.

Summary

  • David Warner and Cameron Bancroft join Strike League in Australia By Joe Shread Last Updated: 29/05/18 8:23am David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are currently banned from playing international or state-level cricket David Warner and Cameron Bancroft have agreed to take part in the Strike League, a one-day tournament in the Northern Territory in Australia.
  • Warner was stripped of the Australia vice-captaincy for being one of the players who hatched a plan to tamper with the ball Warner said: “I’m really looking forward to playing in the Strike League in July.
  • Northern Territory cricket chief executive Joel Morrison added: “We’re delighted that Cameron and David will be joining us in Darwin for the Strike League.
  • Bancroft was filmed attempting to rub sandpaper on the ball in Cape Town, resulting in his nine-month ban Warner is currently serving a one-year ban – along with Steve Smith, who was also stripped of the captaincy – for his part in the scandal in South Africa, while Bancroft is suspended for nine months.
  • Smith recently announced his return to cricket in Canada’s T20 league in late June, with Warner also expected to play in the competition.


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