ICC approves stricter sanctions for ball-tampering

Dave Richardson, chief executive of International Cricket Council (ICC), speaks during a news conference in Kolkata, India, April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri

(Reuters) – A player guilty of ball-tampering could now be banned for up to six tests or 12 one-dayers after the International Cricket Council (ICC) introduced harsher sanctions at its five-day Annual Conference in Dublin. Tougher punishments for ball-tampering have been on the cards since incidents during this year’s third test between South Africa and […]

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