Alcohol abuse case rocks CSA

2014-07-18 18:05

Johannesburg -  Four members of the Cricket SA (CSA) National academy have been suspended after they were found guilty of alcohol abuse.

CSA said in a statement Chloe Tyron, Moseline Daniels, Shabnim Ismail and Trisha Chetty were found in breach of both their CSA and High Performance Centre contracts during an incident on May 31.

The four players were given a written warning, suspended from the National Academy, the operation of which is suspended for the duration of the 2014 CSA National Cricket Academy.

They will also have to complete the South African Cricketers' Association (SACA) prescribed alcohol counselling programme.

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