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Incoming PCB official hopeful of Australia visit in 2019

Most cricket nations have avoided touring Pakistan since 2009 when gunmen attacked a bus carrying Sri Lankan cricketers, injuring six players and killing six security personnel and two civilians.

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Earl Eddings made permanent Cricket Australia chairman

Earl Eddings would serve until next October's annual general meeting when the post would be filled by a candidate nominated after consultation with the state associations, Cricket Australia said.

Early reprieve for banned trio? Cricket Australia braces for final deliberation

According to Fairfax Media, the CA board will convene a meeting early this week to discuss whether the ban on Smith, Warner and Cameron Bancroft should be reduced.

Australia places conditions on IPL release for top players

Australian cricketers, who can earn more than $1 million for a stint in the league, must receive the permission of CA and the board on Thursday announced a series of conditions.

Mystery lung problem forces Australia's John Hastings to retire

John Hastings, whose final international was a one-day match against New Zealand in 2017, stopped playing last month and revealed that he was coughing up blood when bowling in domestic cricket.

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Western Australia to welcome Cameron Bancroft as soon as ball-tampering ban over

Opener Cameron Bancroft was banned for nine months for his part in the Cape Town ball-tampering scandal, which also led to 12-month suspensions for former Australia captain Steve Smith and vice-captain David Warner.

'Let's make Cricket great again': Shane Warne offers to clean up Australian cricket

With the ongoing troubles in Australian cricket team, on and off the field, former Australian cricketer Shane Warne said he would be happy to help in making "Cricket great again".

Cricket Australia boss Kevin Roberts says board considering lifting player bans

Cricket Australia has come under pressure from the Australian Cricketers' Association to end the bans following the release of the Longstaff review.

Simon Katich rules out board bid, sees more heads rolling

Cricket Australia has been under siege since last week's release of the Longstaff review, which was commissioned in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal in Cape Town. 

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