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Cricket Australia agrees pay deal
    2017-August-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AUSTRALIA’S cricket pay dispute was resolved Friday with players and management agreeing on a new “in-principle” deal, ensuring upcoming series against Bangladesh, India and England can go ahead.

The players appeared to be the winners in the five-year agreement, worth an estimated 500 million Australian dollars (US$396 million), as they retained the revenue-sharing model they had been fighting for — with women cricketers also included for the first time.

The bad-tempered standoff had been rumbling for months, rattling the game and badly straining the players’ relationship with governing body Cricket Australia.

Some 230 cricketers had been unemployed since the end of June when their contracts expired, putting this month’s test tour of Bangladesh under serious threat.

(SD-Agencies)dealAUSTRALIA’S cricket pay dispute was resolved Friday with players and management agreeing on a new “in-principle” deal, ensuring upcoming series against Bangladesh, India and England can go ahead.

The players appeared to be the winners in the five-year agreement, worth an estimated 500 million Australian dollars (US$396 million), as they retained the revenue-sharing model they had been fighting for — with women cricketers also included for the first time.

The bad-tempered standoff had been rumbling for months, rattling the game and badly straining the players’ relationship with governing body Cricket Australia.

Some 230 cricketers had been unemployed since the end of June when their contracts expired, putting this month’s test tour of Bangladesh under serious threat.

(SD-Agencies)

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