Warner, Smith banned for 1 year; Bancroft suspended for 9 months

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The trio were found to have breached Article 2.3.5 of the Code of Conduct, which relates to conduct at any time that is contrary to the spirit of the game, unbecoming of a representative, harmful to the interests of the game, or bringing the game into disrepute. CA decrees they were the only individuals who knew of the plan.

"I have never ever been involved in tampering with the ball (before) and it clearly compromises my values and what I stand for as a player and as a person", he said.

"The list of players who have been charged with ball-tampering is long and contains some of the biggest names in the game".

Smith and Bancroft gave a press conference after the third day's play, on Saturday, where they admitted a premeditated attempt to tamper with the ball.

Matthew Renshaw, Glenn Maxwell and Joe Burns have been named as replacements for Smith, Warner and Bancroft.

Smith has since been sacked as captain and replaced in the role by wicketkeeper/batsman Tim Paine.

Asics had also announced it has terminated sponsorship contracts with Warner and Bancroft.

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David Warner and Steve Smith will be banned from playing for Australia for 12 months while Bancroft will face a ban for 9 months. "Secretary Mr Amitabh Choudhary, has chose to ban Mr Smith and Mr Warner with immediate effect from participation in IPL 2018".

Smith and Warner can also not hold captaincy roles for two years.

Smith was accused of "knowledge of a potential plan" and "failure to take steps to seek to prevent the development and implementation of that plan".

Speculation has emerged that Warner - known for his aggressive and often controversial approach which reared its head following an altercation with South Africa's Quinton de Kock during the opening Test - was allegedly behind the decision for Bancroft to tamper with the ball at Newlands.

All three must take part in 100 hours of voluntary work in community cricket.

He stopped short of announcing any punishments for the three players, though, as an internal investigation into the cheating conspiracy that traumatised a country of cricket fans is yet to be completed.

"In regards to the three players on report, I want to stress that we are contemplating significant sanctions in each case", Sutherland told a news conference in Johannesburg. That is why the process has had to be thorough to ensure that all relevant issues have been examined. He needed punishing but I think this is too harsh ... "Jobs might be lost and heavy sanctions handed down", said Hussey, who represented Australia in 79 Tests, 185 ODIs and 38 T20 Internationals, accumulating 22,783 runs across formats."...this period will also present the team with a chance to reset.

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