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LONDON: Cameron Bancroft says he has been completely accountable for his role in the Australian ball-tampering scandal as he prepares to make his county cricket bow as Durham captain, with an Ashes return in his sights. Bancroft was banned for nine months for ball-tampering in a Test against South Africa in Cape Town last year while former Australia captain Steve Smith and deputy David Warner received year-long suspensions. Bancroft’s ban ended in December. Bancroft, who has played eight Tests for Australia, has his sights set on regaining his spot in Australia’s Test side ahead of this year’s Ashes series in England.

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