David Warner will join Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise St Lucia Stars later this year as he continues to work towards a return to international cricket following a ball-tampering scandal.
Former Australia vice-captain David Warner is all set to don the commentator’s hat for Channel Nine during Australia’s ODI series in England.
Former Australia captain Steve Smith and former vice-captain David Warner were banned for a year, while Cameron Bancroft was banned for nine months after the ball-tampering controversy.
David Warner will be back in action in competitive cricket after the left-hander was slapped a one-year ban by Cricket Australia for his involvement in the ball-tampering controversy
England will face Australia in June in their first series after the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.
Steve Smith and David Warner are serving year-long bans for their part in the Cape Town scandal in March, while Cameron Bancroft got a nine-month suspension.
Former Australia vice captain Warner was confirmed for two one-day matches on July 21-22, while Bancroft would be available for the whole tournament, NT Cricket said in a statement.
David Warner has hailed wife Candice for enduring the ordeal that the family has been through in the aftermath of the ball-tampering scandal.
David Warner stood down as Australian vice-captain and was suspended for 12 months following his involvement in a ball-tampering incident.
David Warner will be involved in the pre-season training and will play the first three or four matches for the club.
New Australia coach Justin Langer said that he understands the predicament of the youngster Cameron Bancroft during the ball-tampering incident.
Australia will compete in a one-day international series against England in June, their first tournament since the ball-tampering controversy in March.
Cameron Bancroft was given a 9-month ban while David Warner was given a 12-month ban following the ball-tampering controversy in March.
Kane Williamson on Sunday said it’s “impossible” for anyone, including Alex Hales, to be a replacement for the explosive Australian opener David Warner.
Darren Lehmann said that he worries about the banned trio Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft everyday and hopes they come back and play for the country again.