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Date for Steven Smith and David Warner’s return to club cricket in Australia revealed

The availability of Steven Smith and David Warner is yet to be confirmed but they are expected to play a good chunk of the season, according to a report on cricket.com.au.

cricket Updated: Aug 14, 2018 14:38 IST
HT correspondent
HT correspondent
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Steve Smith,David Warner,Randwick-Petersham
Steven Smith and David Warner were both banned for 12 months for their involvement in ball tampering incident in South Africa.(REUTERS)

Steven Smith and David Warner all set to return to club cricket action in Australia. The duo is currently serving a one-year ban from international cricket, due to their involvement in the ball tampering incident in South Africa earlier this year, given to them by Cricket Australia.

The duo will feature for their respective clubs on September 22. Former captain Smith will turn out for Sutherland against Mosman at Glenn McGrath Oval in Caringbah, while Warner’s Randwick-Petersham will face St George at Coogee Oval.

The availability of the duo is yet to be confirmed but they are expected to play a good chunk of the season, according to a report on cricket.com.au.

David Warner is currently playing in the Caribbean Premier League for St. Lucia Stars while Smith has already contributed to Barbados Trident’s victory over the Guyana Amazon Warriors with a knock of 41.

First Published: Aug 14, 2018 14:38 IST