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.
David Warner has failed to recover from injury and won’t make Australia’s second Test against India.
NERINA DREYER looks at the impact that David Warner’s absence will have on the Australia team in their upcoming clashes with India.
India will do battle with Australia for the next three months in all three formats of the game. NERINA DREYER previews the much-anticipated clash between two cricket giants.
The Sunrisers Hyderabad posted a formidable 220 to set up an 88-run victory over the Delhi Capitals.
Australia opening batsman David Warner has weighed in on what makes teammate Steve Smith and Indian captain Virat Kohli such excellent batsmen.
Australia opening batsman David Warner has spoken out against the proposed idea to ban the use of saliva to shine cricket balls.
Proteas captain doesn’t expect the incident between himself and David Warner from 2018’s Test series in South Africa to feature in the upcoming T20I and ODI series.
Batsman David Warner is expecting a hostile reception from the South African crowds when Australia arrive at the end of the month for a short-format series.
Australian opening batsman David Warner has hinted that he might call it a day in T20Is in order to focus on Test and ODI cricket for the remainder of his career.
The SunRisers Hyderabad welcomed David Warner back for the 2019 Indian Premier League campaign.
Cricket Australia has confirmed that David Warner and Steve Smith will not play against Pakistan, but rather in the IPL in order to first regain match fitness for the World Cup.
Former Aussie cricketer Simon Katich has turned the spotlight back on Australia’s own actions in response to former captain Michael Clarke’s criticism of Australia’s new brand of ‘nice’ cricket.
The Australian public still holds disgraced cricket stars Steve Smith and David Warner in the highest regard, judging by the huge turnout at a grade game in Sydney when the two stars played against each other on Saturday.