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Cricket SA's nightmare week leaves confusion hovering over Boucher botch

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Mark Boucher. (Photo by Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images)
Mark Boucher. (Photo by Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images)

Cricket South Africa (CSA) continues to justify charging and then acquitting Proteas head coach Mark Boucher before his hearing even began, but confusion reigns as to how exactly the process was botched so badly by the game's governing body.

It was another nightmare week that saw CSA withdraw their case against Boucher - which was made up of three allegations of racism - on Tuesday, citing "no basis to sustain any of the disciplinary charges".

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