Last Saturday, the Cricket SA (CSA) members’ council voted to reject amendments to the organisation’s constitution initiated by the CSA interim board, which was hired to fix the failing institution a few months ago.

It’s believed to have been down to just three or four votes, but the ballot was secret so it’s hard to be precise. Either way, it was a disaster for the board’s reform initiative, setting it back weeks...

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