SA cricketers mulling whether to strike

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The SA Cricketers’ Association is angry about being ignored by Cricket SA and it using the names and images of players without permission

A strike would have devastating consequences for the money-spinning incoming England tour later in NovemberSA Cricketers' Association CEO Tony Irish. Picture: BUSINESS DAY

Relations between Saca and Cricket SA have soured over the restructuring of the domestic game‚ a matter that is now sitting with the South Gauteng high court. Saca recently lodged a dispute with Cricket SA over unpaid commercial fees from 2018’s Mzansi Super League and now they have sent the embattled organisation a letter to address a demand in relation to the unlawful use of player commercial rights in the ongoing MSL 2.0.

Irish said it has informed CSA repeatedly that it is illegal to do so as it raises red flags from a betting perspective.


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