Steve Smith and David Warner, who are banned in the ball tampering scandal, will be seen playing in domestic club cricket very soon. But another player Cameron Bancroft, who is banned, has to wait.
The decision of the New South Wales Association (SSWCA) has made the possibility of playing competitive cricket again for Smith and Warner. The provincial cricket authorities have said that they will not be stopped playing (Smith, Warner) club cricket this season.
On the other hand, in order to play for the club in Perth this year, Bancroft needs a decision from the Western Australia District Council (WADC).
Cricket Australia (CA) banned Smith, Warner and Bancroft from international and domestic cricket for the ball tampering in South Africa. But they can play club cricket.
According to the rules of both the organizations of the SSWCA and WCDC, the players banned by the CA will not be able to play normally during the ban. However, Smith and Warner are eager to play and compete in club cricket, the SSWCA decides to play them. The matter was told by CA.
Meanwhile, WADC convened a meeting of top clubs on Monday to give Bancroft the same opportunity.
Smith and Warner’s club have already come forward to support their star players. However, they are not known to be the captain of the club team this year.