CSA lodges official complaint with ICC after Australia cancel scheduled tour over Covid-19 concerns

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has lodged an official dispute with the International Cricket Council (ICC) over Australia’s decision to withdraw from a scheduled tour of South Africa over Covid-19 concerns. CSA interim board chairman Stavros Nicolaou told a press conference on Friday that the board was “extremely disappointed” over what he described as a unilateral decision by Cricket Australia.

Stavros Nicolaou said CSA had worked for many months to satisfy Australian concerns over Covid-19 and it came as a shock to receive a letter from the Australians on February 2 citing an “unacceptable risk” because of Covid.

Earlier, CSA, in a strongly-worded release, said it had worked hard to “meet the changing demands” of their Australian…

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