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Exclusive: Why Ian Chappell thinks Cricket Australia has done Smith, Warner a favour by banning them
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Exclusive: Why Ian Chappell thinks Cricket Australia has done ...

Former Australia captain Ian Chappell, regarded as one of the finest leaders in cricket, has said that Cricket Australia has done Steve Smith and David Warner a favour by banning them for 12 months for their roles in ball-tampering scandal. In this exclusive ... DNA, 1 week ago
Can Australia keep up 'nice guy' approach? Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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IPL 2018: Anil Kumble makes bold prediction, explains which teams hold upper hand

Legendary Indian leg-spinner and India’s head coach between June 2016 and 2017, Anil Kumble, has predicted a new winner this IPL 2018, which gets under way with three-time champions Mumbai Indians taking on comeback team and twice winners Chennai Super ...
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Apologetic Warner resigned to never playing for Australia again

'We let our country down. We made a bad decision. I played my part in that.' IMAGE: David Warner, banned from cricket for a year by Cricket Australia following the ball tampering incident in South Africa, speaks to the media during a press conference on Saturday morning. Photograph: Brendon Thorne/Getty Images A distraught David Warner issued an abject apology for his role in the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal on Saturday and said he has resigned to the prospect of never playing cricket for ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Warner set to be banned for fourth Test?  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Give Smith, Warner a second chance, says Australia coach Lehmann

'They have made a very grave mistake, but they are not bad people.' IMAGE: Darren Lehmann, left, with Steve Smith. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Australia coach Darren Lehmann apologised to the public and called for forgiveness for the "grave mistake" made by the trio of Test players banned for their role in the ball-tampering scandal that has rocked the sport. He promised a change in approach to the game from Australia, reeling not only from the scandal but accusations of boorish ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Smith, Warner, Bancroft sent home; Lehmann stays  Rediff.com3 weeks ago REWIND: When Smith & Co. were caught in the act in India  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Aus captain Paine optimistic despite dismal series loss

'There are lots of positives and messages that we can take out of it (the series) and it’ll be good to get home, have a rest and think about it' 'A lot of us have to step up and take the slack, but I think Australia has got the talent, we just have to harness it properly and if we do we will be OK'   IMAGE: Australia captain Tim Paine speaks at a press conference on Tuesday. Photograph: Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images/Getty Images Australia captain Tim Paine believes a change in ...
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Candice Warner says 'it's my fault' for husband's ball-tamper crisis

'Seeing them wearing the masks, to have people staring and pointing and laughing at me, to have the signs, to have, you know, the songs made up about me, I would have to sit there and cop that.' IMAGE: David Warner with his wife Candice and children. Photograph: AAP/David Moir/via Reuters Disgraced Australia former vice-captain David Warner's wife Candice blamed herself for her husband’s part in the ball-tampering scandal, adding that the taunts they faced in South Africa took a huge ...
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South African fan removed from Newlands after sledging Warner

Cricket Australia complain about 'disgraceful' Newlands crowd IMAGE: Spectators during the 3rd Test match between South Africa and Australia at PPC Newlands. Photograph: Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images/Getty Images Cricket Australia sent a letter of complaint to their South African counterparts on Friday over what coach Darren Lehmann called 'disgraceful' verbal abuse aimed at his players by the crowd in the third Test at Newlands.   Australia are unhappy over what they believe were a number ...
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Steven Spielberg's 'Ready Player One' gets standing ovation at SXSW, check out first reactions

From filmmaker Steven Spielberg comes the action-adventure Ready Player One , based on Ernest Cline’s bestseller of the same name, which has become a worldwide phenomenon. The movie had its world premiere at South by Southwest film, media, and music ...
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Footage of Warner-de Kock fiery exchange goes viral, ICC looking into it

The International Cricket Council (ICC) are looking into a heated off-field exchange between players on day four of the first test against South Africa in Durban on Sunday. CCTV footage from the players tunnel at Kingsmead showed Australia vice-captain David ...
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Watch: David Warner and Quinton de Kock exchange heated war of words off field

Cricket Australia have said they are looking into a heated off-field exchange between players on day four of the first test against South Africa in Durban on Sunday. CCTV footage from the players tunnel at Kingsmead showed Australia vice-captain David Warner ...
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