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Pat Cummins appointed Australias new Test captain, Today Sports News

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Australia’s new Test captain | Today Sports News

Australian Defibrillator Pat Cummins is the new test captain of the Australian Cricket Team, officially announced Friday by the Australian Cricket Company. Former captain Steve Smith has also officially returned to the protagonist of Australian cricket as a backup for Pat Cummins.

The last fastest player to lead Australia at the test level was Ray Lindwall during the 1956 game. Cummins is the Australian captain in the 47th round.

Cummins' appointment leaves Australia as captain within three weeks of Ash's first testing of England following the dramatic resignation of former captain Tim Payne last week and the exposure of the 2017 sexting case. It will be done afterward.


"Australia’s new Test captain"

In 2018, Smith was dismissed from the captain following a South African ball handling the scandal. In addition to losing the team's leadership, he was banished from the leadership position for two years.


"I am honored to accept the role that will be wonderful summer ashes," Cummins said in his statement. “We look forward to providing the same leadership that Tim (Pain) has given the group over the years.”



The first of the five ash tests against the United Kingdom will begin on December 8th in Brisbane.

"He is an outstanding player and leader," said Nick Hockley, CEO of Cricket Australia. "He has received a lot of respect from his teammates and every corner of the game for his attitude and achievements both inside and outside the field."

Official Tasmanian cricket authorities (CT) said on Friday a week later that Tim Paine, who was the focus of the entire episode, missed the Ashes v England series during his "leave of absence". The ticket gatekeeper has taken a step forward. He said. Australian Leaders Over the "Sexting" Scandal In a brief statement, government associations said Ben was scheduled to play in Tasmania for a day's home match in Hobart on Friday, but "for the time being". He said he couldn't.

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