South Africa's Aiden Markram shocked over Australia ball tampering

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16 April 2018 16:12:22 Sport | Mail Online

Australia skipper Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner and opener Cameron Bancroft have all since been banned for the parts they played in the scandal during the third Test in Cape Town. Full article on South Africa's Aiden Markram shocked over Australia ball tampering

Vice Sport Time16 April 2018 16:12:22


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Cricket Australia chief jets out to South Africa to investigate ball-tampering scandal

1.9084257 26 March 2018 10:33:17 Sport | Mail Online

Steve Smith's future as Australia's Test captain is in doubt after he admitted the team's 'leadership group' intentionally planned to manipulate the ball during the third Test against the Proteas.

Vice Sport Time26 March 2018 10:33:17


Bancroft embroiled in ball-tampering controversy against South Africa

1.5267406 24 March 2018 17:07:36 Sport | Mail Online

The Australia opener was spoken to by English umpires Nigel Llong and Richard Illingworth and showed them a different item from his pocket, seemingly a fabric sunglasses case.

Vice Sport Time24 March 2018 17:07:36


South Africa captain AB de Villiers in ball-tampering row

1.5267406 28 May 2017 00:15:44 Sport | Mail Online

LAWRENCE BOOTH AT THE AGEAS BOWL: The umpires spoke to De Villiers during the England innings, believing that one of the balls was showing more wear and tear than the other.

Vice Sport Time28 May 2017 00:15:44


Faf du Plessis appeals against ball tampering fine as Cricket South Africa offer support to 'aggrieved' captain

1.3159713 24 November 2016 21:07:23 Sport | Mail Online

Faf du Plessis is to appeal against his sanction for ball tampering during the second Test against Australia. Du Plessis has been given the full support of Cricket South Africa in his appeal.

Vice Sport Time24 November 2016 21:07:23


South Africa captain Faf du Plessis fined but NOT banned after being found guilty of ball tampering

1.3159713 22 November 2016 10:41:08 mirror - Sport

The alleged incident happened during the second Test in Hobart and was highlighted after bowler Kagiso Rabada took a wicket with the very next delivery

Vice Sport Time22 November 2016 10:41:08


Faf du Plessis charged with ball tampering after South Africa captain uses saliva from his breath mint

1.3159713 18 November 2016 13:41:21 Sport | Mail Online

South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has been charged after television footage appeared to show him applying saliva and residue from a mint to the ball during the fourth day's play in the second Test.

Vice Sport Time18 November 2016 13:41:21


South Africa captain Faf Du Plessis denies using a MINT to tamper with the ball in Australia Test win

1.1399827 18 November 2016 11:12:31 mirror - Sport

The alleged incident happened during the second Test in Hobart and was highlighted after bowler Kagiso Rabada took a wicket with the very next delivery

Vice Sport Time18 November 2016 11:12:31


South Africa cleared of ball tampering with an Alex Hales six blamed for damage and 'unnatural reverse swing' before change

1.052777 29 December 2015 00:09:32 Sport | Mail Online

South Africa were cleared of ball tampering but still expressed their frustration at having to change a ball that had started to reverse swing. Damage to the original ball was blamed on an Alex Hales six.

Vice Sport Time29 December 2015 00:09:32


South Africa in clear after tampering fears as Alex Hales six blamed for damaging ball

1.052777 28 December 2015 20:46:30 mirror - Sport

The ICC later confirmed that no warning was issued to the fielding side as umpires changed an "unnaturally reverse swinging" ball

Vice Sport Time28 December 2015 20:46:30


Australia batsman David Warner wonders if South Africa are ball-tampering

1.052777 25 February 2014 22:26:53 Sport: Premier League Football, Rugby Union, Cricket & F1

Australia batsman David Warner has questioned the legitimacy of South Africa's tactics in last weekend's Test in Port Elizabeth

Vice Sport Time25 February 2014 22:26:53