Sandpaper Gate: Shocking statement of Nick Hockley, Cricket Australia trying to save players?


Sydney: Australian batsman Cameron Bancroft recently made a big disclosure. He said that the Australian bowlers also knew about the ball tampering incident. After that, questions started being raised again on Australia players and the matter of re-investigation also came to light.

However, now Cricket Australia has given a surprising statement and with this decision, many questions have also started to be raised on the CA.

Cricket Australia wants to save its players!

Cricket Australia Chief Executive Officer Nick Hockley has given a statement on the matter. He said, ‘Chapter of Bancroft case is now closed and they have moved forward. If Bancroft performs well, then the team’s doors are open for him in the future.

Hawkley told the Sydney Morning Herald, ‘As far as we are concerned, now the matter is over and we have moved on’.

After such a big disclosure by Bancroft (Cameron Bancroft), where cricket fans were waiting for a re-investigation, Cricket Australia has suppressed this.

While on one hand Australian veterans Adam Gilchrist and Michael Clarke agree that the bowlers were aware of this conspiracy. At the same time, Cricket Australia wants to end this matter. This step has put CA in the grip of many serious questions. In such a situation, it would not be wrong to say that CA wants to end this case in order to save its players!

Veterans raised serious questions

Adam Gilchrist said, ‘I don’t think CA wanted to go there. They did not want to go to the root of the matter. The CA did not investigate well. In global cricket, many people had accepted that many teams do this.

Michael Clarke said that the four bowlers prepared the statement very efficiently but they forgot the important point that their involvement in the matter was not indicated by any outsider but by teammates. Clarke maintains his statement that the bowler, who was a member of the team, was aware of the conspiracy to tamper with the ball in the Test match played against South Africa in Cape Town.

De Villiers told The Indian Express, ‘It is completely impossible that the bowlers did not know what was going on with the ball. I think he was certainly aware of this and the Australian system did not see the matter well from the beginning ‘.

Let us know that Cummins, Stark, Leon and Hazelwood were part of the Australian XI in the test of ball tempering. Australian batsman Bancroft had mentioned this players in his statement.


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