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Cricket Australia Rubbishes Nine Claim That It Will Have Say In Player Selection
Published June 20, 2013
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GIVING A RESPONSE: In Sydney, Chris Barrett reported Sutherland responded on Wednesday, "countering a suggestion Nine would have any say in the make-up of national teams." He said, "Cricket has a long-standing and successful relationship with the Nine Network but team selections and scheduling are matters for Cricket Australia. The national selection panel selects the Australian teams. With the volume of international cricket being played, it will continue to be necessary for us to manage player workloads appropriately. We'll continue to consult with our broadcasters on scheduling issues" (SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 6/20).