David Warner of Australia plays a shot on day four of the Boxing Day test match between Australia and England at the MCG in Melbourne, Australia, December 29, 2017. (AAP/Julian Smith/via REUTERS)
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David Warner has issued an apology via social media after being banned for 12 months by Cricket Australia for his role in a ball-tampering plot during the third test against South Africa.Smith and Warner were each banned for 12 months on Wednesday after an investigation into the attempted ball tampering last weekend.Smith and Warner were banned from playing for Australia, or any high-level cricket in Australia, for a year. Warner will never again be considered for a leadership role in an Australian team.
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