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Tim Paine: Former Captain back in training in Tasmania

Tim Paine: Former Captain back in training in Tasmania

Tim Paine: Former Captain back in training in Tasmania

Tim Paine: Former Captain back in training in Tasmania

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  • Former Australia skipper Tim Paine, who surrendered after a sexting.
  • Embarrassment last November and took an ” indefinite mental health break.”
  • From cricket, has finished his exile and is back in preparing in Tasmania.
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Tim Paine was discarded from Tasmania’s rundown of contracted players in May yet was given the all-unmistakable.

To prepare with the crew in front of the new season.

“It was just great to see him come into my office and request permission to train,” Cricket Tasmania CEO Dom Baker told The Australian paper.

“He started here as just a 16-year-old all those years ago and has been a part of our cricket ever since.

“He is training as an un-contracted player to get fit for club cricket, but if he proves to be anywhere near his best expect to see him playing state cricket again.

“All of Tasmania and I think most of Australia wants to see him finish his career on his own terms.”

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Paine was set to lead Australia into the home Ashes series last year until the sexting claims became public. He ventured down and was supplanted by Pat Cummins.

The cricketer was charged by a previous Cricket Tasmania secretary of sending physically express messages to her in 2017.

Paine, who said the messaging was consensual, had been cleared by an interior Cricket Australia examination in 2018 which was not uncovered to the general population until before the end of last year.

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