The West – THE review into the ball tampering scandal has reportedly found that Cricket Australia’s own failures contributed to the end result, which saw three players banned.

Summary

  • THE review into the ball tampering scandal has reportedly found that Cricket Australia’s own failures contributed to the end result, which saw three players banned.
  • Seven months after the ball tampering scandal, the governing body will on Monday release their report, after investigating the culture of CA and the Australian men’s team.
  • TC’s ApplyFairfax Media reports the review found there was strong systemic and organisational input to the sandpaper scandal at Newlands, which is likely to reopen the possibility of Smith and Warner coming back earlier.
  • Camera IconDavid Warner has been playing grade cricket as he serves his ban but has not been able to avoid controversy.
  • READ MOREREVEALED: WHAT PHILLIP HUGHES’ BROTHER SAID THAT MADE WARNER WALKSince the scandal broke CA has appointed new leaders to all three Australian men’s cricket teams, as well as a new chief executive in Kevin Roberts to replace James Sutherland.


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