Cameron Bancroft, who recently returned to cricket after completing his nine-month ban for the infamous ball-tampering scandal, has said that he holds no grudges with David Warner and is keen to resume his opening partnership with the 32-year-old. Bancroft last month opened up on the scandal, revealing that Warner had asked him to alter the condition of the ball during the Cape Town Test.
“We’re good people, very honest and passionate people. Dave, like Steve, all of us, we’ve all gone through our challenges, haven’t we?”
“And I look forward to a day like that where I can go out and play cricket with Dave again. He’s a quality cricketer and someone who’s achieved so much in that cricket team.
“As a player like myself, you strive to be around players like that. For my own learning as a cricketer, I’d love for that to happen.”
Bancroft is now back playing with the Perth Scorchers in the Big Bash League, stroking a match-winning half century on Wednesday.