David Warner and Cameron Bancroft banned for ball-tampering in the tournament. Australian batsman David Warner and Cameron Bancroft facing the ban in the ball tempering case are ready to return to the cricket world.
Melbourne: Australian cricketer David Warner and Cameron Bancroft facing the ban in the ball tempering case are ready to return to the cricket world. According to the website ‘ESPNcricinfo.com, these two cricketers have been included in the Northern Territory (NT) Striker League in July.
The NT Striker League is a limited-overs league in which T-20 and ODI matches will be played. Warner will play two matches in this league while Bancroft will be involved in the entire tournament.
The Cricket NT for the League contacted Warner and Bancroft. Apart from this, Warner will also be seen playing in Canada’s Global T-20 league in Toronto, and this is why he will only play in two matches of the NT Strike League.
Warner said, “I am waiting to play in the Strike League. I had heard a lot about this competition. I am eager to be part of it. “Chief executive of NT Cricket Joel Morrison said,” The presence of Warner and Bancroft is very important for the local players of the league. This is a fantastic competition in which foreigners and local players participate. ‘