The Board of Directors of Cricket South Africa (CSA) has taken a decision to put the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Thabang Moroe, on precautionary suspension with pay, effective 06 December 2019, on allegations of misconduct, pending further investigations. The decision to place Mr Thabang Moroe on precautionary suspension follows from the reports received by the 

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A traditional welcome on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation at the Melbourne Cricket Ground today has launched Cricket Australia’s (CA) second Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Today’s announcement confirmed CA’s commitment to deepening relationships and further growing the popularity of cricket with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. With a vision 

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The Australian Women’s Cricket Team will feature in a two-part documentary airing tonight on Channel Seven that follows its victorious 2019 Ashes campaign on foreign soil. Beyond the Boundary takes viewers behind-the-scenes with the number one ranked team in the world, the Australian Women’s Team, in its quest to retain one of the most coveted 

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Darcie Brown, at only 16, is one of the fastest bowlers in South Australia. © Adelaide Strikers

Suzie Bates, Megan Schutt, Sophie Devine, Katie Mack and Alex Price will try out the BOUNCE setup before it opens to the public on the weekend for three WBBL games in Adelaide. Father Christmas will headline the off-field entertainment on Saturday as he heads to Karen Rolton Oval following the Christmas Pageant, while face-painting, giveaways 

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Delivering its financial results for the full year ending 30 June 2019, Cricket Australia (CA) today announced a strong result in line with budgetary expectations and CA’s five-year strategy: The 2018-19 financial year resulted in an operating surplus of $18.2 million, more than double the operating surplus of the year prior ($8.3 million). At 30 

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The Board and Management of Cricket South Africa (CSA) has recently become aware of an unfortunate situation involving players and player contracts, through player intermediary, the South African Cricketers Association (SACA) in which speculation and indeed allegations of dereliction were levelled against CSA, following alleged non-payment of player fees, stemming from the Mzansi Super League 

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North West Cricket has broken new ground with their main sponsor, Senwes, as they partner up again to bring the spotlight to women’s cricket. Senwes, an agribusiness operating in 8 of the 9 provinces in South Africa has secured the naming rights for both the stadium and women’s team which are now formally known as 

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