Tim Paine rejects claims David Warner has been ostracised after ball-tampering scandal

Tim Paine rejects claims David Warner has been ostracised after ball-tampering scandal

Updated May 10, 2018 15:30:14 Photo: David Warner cried while giving a press conference in the wake of the ball tampering scandal. (ABC News) Australia’s new cricket captain Tim Paine has rejected claims former vice-captain David Warner has been ostracised by the playing group in the wake of the ball-tampering …

David Warner returns to the field after Cricket Australia ball-tampering saga

David Warner returns to the field after Cricket Australia ball-tampering saga

Updated May 06, 2018 13:41:45 Photo: In his first public appearance since the cricket scandal, Warner held a clinic for young girls in Darwin. (ABC News: Lucy Marks) Disgraced former cricketer David Warner is back on the pitch for the first time since the ball-tampering scandal that embroiled the Australian …

Australian cricket’s ‘fall from grace’ in ball-tampering scandal inspires Pakistani artist

Australian cricket’s ‘fall from grace’ in ball-tampering scandal inspires Pakistani artist

By Antonette Collins Updated May 04, 2018 07:59:00 Photo: Artist Abdullah M.I. Syed’s sculptural work is a commentary on the ball tampering saga, colonisation, politics and multiculturalism. (ABC News: Antonette Collins) Related Story: David Warner accepts 12-month ban Related Story: Cricketers Steve Smith, Cameron Bancroft say they will not appeal …

Ball-tampering players welcome at English county team Surrey, says coach Michael Di Venuto

Ball-tampering players welcome at English county team Surrey, says coach Michael Di Venuto

Posted April 18, 2018 10:53:14 Photo: Australia’s David Warner and Steve Smith remain close to Surrey coach Michael Di Venuto. (Reuters: Rogan Ward) Surrey coach Michael Di Venuto has confirmed he would be keen to sign one of Australia’s banned Test stars. Di Venuto was Australia’s batting coach until 2016 …

Michael Clarke willing to return to Test side amid ball-tampering bans

Michael Clarke willing to return to Test side amid ball-tampering bans

Updated April 08, 2018 09:05:50 Photo: Michael Clarke scored 28 Test centuries for Australia before retiring three years ago. (AAP) Former Australia captain Michael Clarke says he is willing to come out of retirement to help out the Test side following the suspensions of David Warner, Steve Smith and Cameron …

David Warner announces he will accept his 12-month ban over ball-tampering incident

David Warner announces he will accept his 12-month ban over ball-tampering incident

Updated April 05, 2018 16:15:17 Photo: David Warner has accepted his 12 month suspension from Cricket Australia. (ABC News) Sacked Australian batsman David Warner has announced he will accept his 12-month ban. Key points: David Warner accepts sanctions along with Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft He says he will now …

Australian cricketer Steve Smith will not appeal a year-long ban over ball-tampering

Australian cricketer Steve Smith will not appeal a year-long ban over ball-tampering

Updated April 04, 2018 16:15:04 Photo: Steve Smith says he takes full responsibility as captain. (AAP Image/Dave Hunt) Former Australian captain Steve Smith has ruled out appealing his 12-month ban for his involvement in the ball-tampering incident. Smith said on social media he would not be challenging the sanctions imposed …

Darren Lehmann’s coaching era ends in wake of Australian cricket’s ball-tampering scandal

Darren Lehmann’s coaching era ends in wake of Australian cricket’s ball-tampering scandal

Updated March 30, 2018 09:10:25 Photo: Darren Lehmann took over as Australian coach in 2013. (Reuters: Action Images/Andrew Boyers) The Darren Lehmann era is over, with “Boof” stepping down as Australia’s head coach only days after he was cleared of any wrongdoing in the ball-tampering saga, which has engulfed the …

Ball-tampering saga: Cricketers’ Association asks for penalties to be reconsidered

Ball-tampering saga: Cricketers’ Association asks for penalties to be reconsidered

Updated April 03, 2018 11:26:28 The Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) will ask Cricket Australia to reconsider the sanctions given to Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft. Smith and Warner received 12-month bans, and Bancroft nine months, over the ball-tampering incident in Cape Town. The ACA’s Greg Dyer said any …

Ball-tampering hearings for Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft could be heard on April 11

Ball-tampering hearings for Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft could be heard on April 11

Posted April 02, 2018 08:50:22 Photo: Australia’s David Warner and Steve Smith could miss out on national contracts for two years. (Reuters: Rogan Ward) Related Story: More heads could roll at Cricket Australia as cheating scandal grinds on Related Story: ‘This is the right thing to do’: Lehmann steps down …