In a statement, the CSA said it would be providing “the necessary support, including legal representation, to aid du Plessis to defend the charge made against him.
“We have asked the ICC to consider the time needed for us to consult and appoint legal representation and make the necessary logistical arrangements when setting a date for the hearing,” commented CSA CEO Haroon Lorgat. “We are now waiting on the ICC to inform us of the date for the hearing.”
As the matter is subject to a hearing, CSA says will make no further comment at this stage.Cricket SA says it will be providing support to Faf du Plessis after the ICC charged him over an alleged ball-tampering offence.
Original source: Cricket South Africa backs Faf du Plessis