Australia ball-tampering: David Warner says he may never play for Australia again

Australia ball-tampering: David Warner says he may never play for Australia again

Australia ball-tampering: David Warner says he may never play for Australia again

Written by Keshala Dias

31 Mar, 2018 | 7:30 am

Former Australia vice-captain David Warner says he is “resigned to the fact” he may never play for Australia again after being banned for 12 months.

Following the ball-tampering scandal, Warner and Steve Smith were given year-long bans.

Steve Smith apologised saying he took “full responsibility for my part in what happened.”

During a press conference on March 29, Smith struggled to fight back the tears as he read a prepared statement in which he said his actions had been “inexcusable”.

Smith took the weight of the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal on his shoulders, admitting full responsibility as captain of the Australian team for the conspiracy to use sandpaper in an attempt to gain reverse swing.


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