Throughout the span of the past almost a long time since the occasions that happened during the Third Test in Cape Town.
Even with all the embarrassment and assaults that they have needed to persevere.
I have partaken in the unfaltering help and love of my better half Candice and my three little girls, Ivy Mae, Indi Rae, and Isla Rose. They are my universe.
I have taken it upon myself to reform, rehabilitate, and transform my approach to the game since that test.
Even though my ban from leadership roles may never be lifted.
I have served my time and been punished in a crushing, never-before-seen way that has had terrible effects on me and my family for nearly five years without any hope of getting out until now.
The Cricket Australia Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel (the Code of Conduct) was updated on November 21, 2022.To make it possible for players to request a change to Long-Term Sanctions.
I applied to Cricket Australia for a modification to my lifetime ban from leadership positions in cricket with the support of administrators and colleagues with the Code of Conduct.
I was hopeful and encouraged when the Code of Conduct amendment was made public.
Because I thought I would have a good chance to show the Review Panel that I had shown my deep regret and remorse; and that my recovery and transformation are significant.
I did as such sincerely on the comprehension that normal laid out techniques under the Set of principles would be followed.
I hoped that I have satisfied the necessary requirements for a modification to my ban and that I might be permitted to see out the balance of my career.
Without the yoke hanging around my neck and further anguish for my family under the established practice and procedure of the Code of Conduct that is reflected in the amendments.
However, on Tuesday of last week, Counsel Assisting the Review Panel and the Review Panel took it upon themselves.
Despite my opposition and Cricket Australia’s, to devise a novel approach for the determination of my application.
That would have a negative impact on my family’s health and welfare as well as the interests of the Australian cricket team.
I am aware that Counsel Assisting’s contract has ended.
Nonetheless, I requested that the Review Panel reconsider their procedural decision and at least apply a protocol.
On Thursday because of the Review Panel’s curiously irregular position and for the sake of my family and Australian cricket.
The Review Panel decided today to dismissively reject the substantive issues and ignore the request in any meaningful way.
It would appear that the Panel is determined to carry out a public lynching rather than giving player welfare or the interests of Australian cricket more than passing consideration.
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