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November 9, 2018

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CA chaos distracting players, laments Finch

CA chaos distracting players, laments Finch

ADELAIDE: Disarray within Cricket Australia has distracted the Australian team, one-day skipper Aaron Finch said Thursday as he urged his players to keep their focus on the field.

The embattled governing body has been under intense pressure after a scathing review said its “arrogant” culture contributed to players cheating in the pursuit of victory.It has led to an overhaul of the organisation.

Chairman David Peever last week followed chief executive James Sutherland out the door, director Mark Taylor quit this week and team performance boss Pat Howard is also leaving.

“When there are changes, and there are things being said and written, I think it’s hard not to read it sometimes when it’s everywhere,” Finch said in Adelaide ahead of the second ODI against South Africa.

“You might spend a little bit of time reading it, and putting some kind of doubts in your mind.”Cricketers Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were banned for trying to alter the ball with sandpaper in South Africa in March. Since then Australia’s form has been dire, particularly with the bat.

They go into Friday’s clash against the Proteas with 17 defeats in their last 19 one-dayers, including a six wicket thrashing in the tour opener in Perth.Finch said it was important that the players focused on the basics.

“It’s about getting back to the basics of partnerships and making sure you connect with your partner when you first get out there,” he said.“When we talk about confidence in the batting group it’s about not letting outside distractions affect your game.”

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