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Cricket Australia closes Big Bash captaincy loophole for slow over rates

The Age Sunday, 14 January 2018
Cricket Australia closes Big Bash captaincy loophole for slow over ratesCricket Australia has quietly closed a loophole that could have allowed Big Bash League clubs to change their captains mid-season purely for the sake of avoiding a suspension for slow over rates.
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