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David Warner & Cameron Bancroft: Banned batsmen to play in Darwin Strike League

BBC.com – Cameron Bancroft (left) and David Warner (right) were banned by Cricket Australia, along with Steve SmithBanned Australia batsmen David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are set to play in a limited-overs tournament in Darwin during July.

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  • Cameron Bancroft (left) and David Warner (right) were banned by Cricket Australia, along with Steve SmithBanned Australia batsmen David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are set to play in a limited-overs tournament in Darwin during July.
  • Bancroft, 25, is available for the whole tournament, while 31-year-old Warner has committed to two one-day matches on 21 and 22 July.
  • Ex-Australia vice-captain Warner and opener Bancroft were banned by Cricket Australia, along with former captain Steve Smith, for their part in the ball-tampering controversy during the Test match in Cape Town in March.
  • They can also play in domestic tournaments abroad and Smith will make his return to cricket as a marquee player in the inaugural Global T20 Canada league this summer.
  • Warner could also play in the tournament before taking part in the Strike League games.


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