“I’m having a ton of fun at this moment”- Cameron Bancroft
Australian trio Steven Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft made a successful return to competitive cricket following the finish of their nine-month suspension over their inclusion in the Newlands ball-tampering incident.
David Warner and Steven Smith have been showing their potential at Indian Premier League (IPL) while Cameron Bancroft is making the most of his position of captaincy for Durham in county cricket in England. Bancroft, who is in line for a conceivable Ashes review, is caught up with dealing with his game in English conditions.
“When you’re playing a great deal of games you don’t really have room schedule-wise to take a shot at the easily overlooked details that set up the performance together, I had the capacity to do that … I had some extraordinary coaches in Western Australia that were supporting me,” Bancroft disclosed to RSN’s Breakfast Club.
“It was truly, truly, a great deal about the nuts and bolts. When you can apply them in grade cricket that was entirely great practice. On the off chance that I wasn’t showing signs of improvement as a player I’d go in reverse so I think the reality there’s more consistency and I’m playing somewhat better, I imagine that is a genuine positive,” the Australian top-order batsman added.
As he has been involved with Durham, that means he won’t be featured for Australia A on their tour of England ahead of the Ashes.
“The Aussie A stuff I wasn’t also worried about as I had made a pledge to the club. They’ve executed a ton of extraordinary things and I need to be a positive piece of that. In case I’m performing admirably what descends the future will be, however I’m having a ton of fun at this moment and I’ll keep on doing that,” the Western Australian opener said.
Bancroft has scored 359 runs at the average of 89.75 In six innings at the Royal London One-Day Cup 2019 for Durham, including two centuries.
Bancroft’s Durham will play their next match against Nottinghamshire at Grantham on May 3.