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Tag: Cameron Bancroft

Smith century leads Australia recovery in Ashes opener

Buoyed by the boisterous crowd at 'fortress Edgbaston', England’s pacemen put Australia on the back foot straight away.

Bancroft to be true to himself after recall

Bancroft was given the lightest punishment by Cricket Australia because he was adjudged to have been led astray by his then captain and vice-captain.

Bancroft, Wade and Marsh named in Australia’s Ashes squad

Opener Bancroft earns a spot in the squad with an unbeaten match-winning knock of 93 on day three of the intra-squad clash in Southampton.

Smith raring to go, Khawaja expected to be fit for Ashes...

Renowned for his obsessive approach to training, Smith is back in the test squad along with David Warner and Cameron Bancroft.

Lehmann makes coaching comeback after sandpaper-gate

Lehmann was Australia coach last March when batsman Cameron Bancroft was caught trying to scuff the ball with sandpaper during the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town.

Bancroft defends ball-tampering interview, says no Warner rift

Bancroft said he had been in touch with Warner, and that all three banned players had supported each other.

Warner asked me to tamper with ball, says Bancroft

A scathing independent review into the incident blamed Cricket Australia's 'arrogant and controlling' culture as partly contributing to players bending the rules.

Australia’s Warner, Bancroft deny rifts with Smith

Smith and Warner were handed 12-month suspensions by Cricket Australia (CA) for planning to alter the condition of the ball in a test against South Africa in March.

Australian cricket captain Smith sent home in disgrace, coach stays

Smith and opening batsman Cameron Bancroft will return home for their role after an incident which has dragged Australian cricket's reputation through the mud.

Smith fights for job and reputation after admitting ball-tampering plot

Smith insists he will not quit after teammate Cameron Bancroft was caught using a yellow object to alter the condition of the ball on the third day of the third Test against South Africa at Newlands.

Australia’s Warner lets bat do the talking

David Warner and Cameron Bancroft combined to score 88 runs on the first morning of the second Test against South Africa.