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12 November 2018 7:31 AM Deadline looming: CA, players association set for rare meeting

Smith and Warner have been suspended for a year for their involvement in the ball-scuffing fiasco of March but one suggestion has been to allow them to at least return to Sheffield Shield cricket from January 1. Bancroft was handed a nine-month ban, and can return on December 29. The trio, who have lost millions of dollars in earnings as a result of the scandal 143

29 October 2018 8:12 AM Darren Lehmann joins calls for CA to lift bans after damning review findings

It's understood CA directors are worried how a change to the sentences will be interpreted given the little cricket the national men's team played during the winter. Smith and Warner have both been suspended from representing the country and playing in the Sheffield Shield and Big Bash League for 12 months, while Bancroft was rubbed out for nine months 107

28 October 2018 1:01 AM 'Went too far': Warner's wife condemns grade sledge on star batsman

She said Warner, whose international future is clouded, left the field to avoid the issue escalating. "I think he removed himself because he first of all didn't like what he was hearing and where that could have been taken," Warner said. "David's really enjoy playing for Randwick, and it's just a shame this has taken from his great knock yesterday. He got 157, he got a century 104

10 May 2018 6:01 AM Cricket Australia review likened to banking royal commission

"Recent disclosures to the banking royal commission indicate that a review which is commissioned and paid for by a board, with terms of reference set by that board and a reporting process that has a closed loop back to the same board, will be viewed with cynicism," Dyer wrote in the ACA's Onside magazine. "The review's success and its broad acceptance 74

1 April 2018 2:29 AM Mark Taylor defends James Sutherland over handling of cricket crisis

Those steps involved dispatching Cricket Australia’s high performance regulator Pat Howard, and Iain Roy, the organisation’s senior legal counsel and integrity head, on “the first plane out” to conduct an investigation. “Once they're gone James sorts out the rest of us, board members, his staff back in Australia, then he's on the plane as well. “At the end of all that, in the space 92

31 March 2018 10:59 AM Plot thickens with Smith unaware of key elements of tampering plan

Smith, who was stripped of the captaincy and suspended from playing domestic and international cricket for 12 months, has accepted full responsibility for his role in the episode, describing it as a "failure of leadership". He cannot be considered for a leadership position for two years. The saga has damaged Smith's high standing in the game and cost him considerably 72

27 March 2018 9:58 AM Players turn on David Warner as ball-tampering crisis rips team apart

Australia coach Darren Lehmann is mobbed by cameras as the team travel from Cape Town to Johannesburg. Warner's version of events has prompted an angry reaction from others in the team who were enraged with the opening batsman. Senior fast bowlers Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood, as well as the team's most capped player, Nathan Lyon, had distanced 91

9 February 2018 12:09 PM Manly formally deny salary cap rorting after third extension

Manly have officially denied claims of salary cap rorting after lodging their reply to the NRL's breach notice on Friday. Manly chairman Scott Penn said the Sea Eagles have rejected all claims made against his club. The Sea Eagles were given three extensions to lodge their reply to the preliminary findings of an NRL integrity unit investigation 117

2 February 2018 8:13 AM Union official who denied bribery allegations takes over CFMEU

A union official who was accused of bribery and making death threats in a royal commission has been elected as the new head of the NSW branch of the militant construction union. Assistant secretary Darren Greenfield on Friday replaced Brian Parker, who is nick-named "sparkles", as state secretary of the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union 258

11 January 2018 5:01 AM Focus on new police helicopter as Coroner hands down fatal pursuit findings

WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson has confirmed discussions are still under way with regard to acquiring a new state-of-the-art police helicopter. It comes as the WA Coroner handed down findings this week in the cases of six people who died in police pursuits. State Coroner Ros Fogliani recommended in her findings the Police Airwing be "allocated greater 139