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Cricket Australia chief confirms India is paying for quarantine amid claims of special treatment – Sydney Morning Herald

Cricket Australia’s interim chief executive Nick Hockley has confirmed the Indian board is paying for Australian players’ quarantine period in Sydney.

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Cricket Australias interim chief executive Nick Hockley has confirmed the Indian board is paying for Australian players quarantine period in Sydney.
Amid media commentary that the group of around 40 Australian players, coaches, staff and commentators – exiled from the Indian Premier League – had been given preferential treatment after arriving back from the Maldives on Monday, Hockley looked to douse the controversy, confirming that the Board of Control for Cricket in India had funded the return…

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