ACA labels ball tampering bans 'disproportionate' and calls for reduction

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  • Cricket Australia urged by players’ union to recalibrate bans
  • Players showed ‘extraordinary contrition’, says Greg Dyer

Cricket Australia should take into account “extraordinary contrition” shown by Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft over the ball-tampering scandal, the players’ union says.

Australian Cricketers’ Association president Greg Dyer has called on CA to consider recalibrating the bans placed on the Test trio, citing their “disproportionate” lengths of nine and 12 months.

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