24 March 2018 was a dark day in Australian cricket as one of the biggest sporting scandals ever emerged. ANDRE HUISAMEN details the run of events in what became known as ‘Sandpapergate’.
It’s been exactly three years since the infamous ‘Sandpapergate’ at Newlands in Cape Town. Rewatch the full incident where Cameron Bancroft was caught ball-tampering that led to his, Steve Smith and David Warner’s suspensions.
Cameron Bancroft says his need to fit in is what caused him to tamper with the ball in Cape Town.
James Sutherland, the outgoing CEO of Cricket Australia, has revealed that he turned off the TV and went to bed before Cameron Bancroft whipped out the sandpaper in the Newlands Test earlier this year.
Banned Australian cricketer, Cameron Bancroft, has signed with county side Durham as an overseas player for the 2019 season.
David Warner has just been appointed as captain of the Winnipeg Hawks, putting a ‘c’ back in front of his name on the team sheet. In my opinion, it’s the wrong ‘c’.
Players convicted of ball-tampering could be suspended for up to six Test matches or 12 ODIs, under new guidelines adopted by the ICC.
Cameron Bancroft failed on his return to professional cricket scoring one off three balls for the Desert Blaze in the NT Strike League in Darwin.
Disgraced Aussie opener Cameron Bancroft has got the nod to pad up for Perth club cricket after a ‘constitutional anomaly’ has been waived by local clubs.
Former Australia hard man David Warner, banned for a year for his role in the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa six weeks ago, says the support he has received has changed him.
County Cricket could provide Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft much-needed game time while they serve out their ball-tampering bans.
Steve Smith, Cameron Bancroft and David Warner have been left off the national contracts list announced by Cricket Australia on Wednesday.
Steve Smith, the deposed captain of the Australian team, says he takes full responsibility for what happened under his watch and blames no one but himself.
Australia’s bullish coach Darren Lehmann admits that the macho, aggressive Australian culture must change.