Rabada's appeal hearing on 19th

Rabada's appeal hearing on 19th

Rabada's appeal hearing on 19th

Heron‚ a former New Zealand solicitor general‚ is also a judicial commissioner for New Zealand Rugby‚ and he conducted the official review into the All Blacks' performance at the 2007 World Cup.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed that South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada's appeal to revoke his two-match Test suspension will be heard on March 19.

A two-match suspension would rule Rabada out of the four-match series with Australia which is now locked at a 1-1 after South Africa claimed a six-wicket win in Port Elizabeth. He will hence have 48 hours (just before the third Test starts).

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Botha, referencing president Cyril Ramaphosa's state of the nation address in February, was responding to the ICC's ban against Rabada for the final two Tests against Australia.

And while the incident in question wasn't the sole reason for Rabada's suspension, it took the 22-year-old's demerit points to the threshold of eight points leading to his suspension.

"I'll say 50/50 it's my fault. I didn't even feel contact in that moment because I was so pumped up", Rabada told reporters after the game.

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"I must obey the rules", he said. I guess I shouldn't really rub it in their faces.

Central to the controversy was an inappropriate and deliberate shoulder contact with Australian captain Steve Smith.

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