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Bad ball sense

Australian cricket has prided itself on its winning culture. The players were tough and swaggering but honourable. It was the other teams-and by extension countries-that had to resort to sneakiness and skullduggery. So when the Australians were hoist by their own petard, caught on camera in South Africa tampering with the ball and attempting a farcical cover-up, the rest

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