Sport Warner confirms grade cricket stint

15:59  16 may  2018
15:59  16 may  2018 Source:

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Tainted Australian cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner have been cleared to play grade cricket for their respective clubs in Sydney according to an International Cricket Council press release on Thursday. The New South Wales Cricket Association (NSWCA) confirmed that it would not stop

CRICKET Australia is hopeful David Warner will confirm on Thursday whether he will fight the 12-month ban handed down to him following last month’s ball-tampering fiasco. He is also likely to turn out for Sutherland in Sydney grade cricket next summer, after the Kohli to skip Test for county stint .

Disgraced Australian opener David Warner will attempt to get his cricket career back on track by playing the start of the Sydney grade cricket season with Randwick Petersham.

Club president and ex-Test fast bowler Mike Whitney told the Southern Courier the batsman had committed to at least the first three of four matches for the club.

He will also be involved in pre-season training and helping with the club's youngsters.

"We're delighted to have him," Whitney said. "He's one of the best players Australia has had since World War Two.

"He's been speaking to one of our club officials and he has committed to the first three or four rounds of the season. Why it is only three or four rounds at this stage, I don't know."

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Australia news October 8, 2013. Warner ordered to play grade cricket . "Like most cricket fans, I and all at Cricket NSW would like nothing more than to see David Warner achieve his potential on and off the field.

cricket . David Warner speaks about his role in the ball tampering scandal. DAVID Warner broke down in tears as he acknowledged he may never play for Australia again during an emotional public address. Kohli to skip Test for county stint .

"Everyone is excited to have him. He will be great in the changing rooms with younger players."

Whitney had reached out to Warner last month after the 31-year-old's 12-month Cricket Australia ban for his role in the ball tampering fiasco in South Africa.

Warner has been on the books at Randwick Petersham since 2013/14 after joining from the neighbouring Eastern Suburbs club.

But he's rarely been sighted for the club due to state, international and Indian Premier League commitments.

The Cricket Australia ban extended to state matches, with the three players at the centre of the controversy - Warner, Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft - only able to ply their trade in grade cricket during the suspensions.

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