Australian cricket: a matter of balance

Sport Governance Ethics Unethical conduct Australia
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At the heart of this report is the question of ‘winning’: what counts as a ‘win’, the costs of winning – borne by individuals and institutions – and the limits (if any) to what may be done in the pursuit of success.

This question arises on the field of play – and in the halls of cricket’s administration. It touches everything from on-field tactics to the selection and formation of elite players, to the way in which the ‘business’ of cricket is undertaken. The question affects not just Cricket Australia – but everyone who plays, supports or enjoys the game of cricket in Australia.

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