The lukewarm Sandpapergate duo comeback, the emphasis on "Global" rather than "Canada", and all the other talking points from the inaugural season
From spending almost two years out with injury to learning about yorkers form Waqar Younis at the Global T20 Canada, things are starting to look up for the quick
The opener, who is banned for life from captaining any side in Australian cricket, will lead Winnipeg Hawks in the Global T20 Canada, with Dwayne Bravo out injured
The ICC's Full Members are on the verge of clamping down on player participation in domestic T20 leagues, and may well also stop sanctioning such leagues in Associate countries
David Warner insists that his relationship with Steven Smith is intact in the wake of the Newlands ball-tampering scandal
David Warner talks about his life post the ball-tampering scandal
His troublesome right shoulder forces decision; CA want him ready for the domestic one-day competition in September
'It's been tough but, you know, I think I needed a break if that makes sense. It's obviously come under some ordinary circumstances but I was really mentally fatigued after the Ashes'
Former Australia captain Steven Smith opens up on the mental trauma created by the ball-tampering scandal, watching England hammer Australia 6-0 in white-ball cricket and getting back on the field again
The former Australia allrounder is disappointed the banned duo can play in T20 leagues overseas but not at home, especially with the World Cup a year away
Yes. It's yet another T20 league, but do you really want to miss Steven Smith and David Warner back in action?
Sammy and Chris Gayle have asked that everyone move on from the Newlands ball-tampering controversy and let Smith and David Warner get on with their lives
FAQs: Who owns this league? Is it sanctioned by the ICC? Why are some really big players taking part?
It would mark Smith's first cricket since the ball-tampering controversy in Cape Town which led to him being stripped of the captaincy and suspended for 12 months
The Toronto Nationals, Montreal Tigers, Ottawa Royals, Vancouver Knights and Winnipeg Hawks and the Caribbean All-Stars will make up the six-team tournament
The proposed T20 league will have no cap on the number of overseas players in a starting XI and one of the six teams will be made entirely of West Indian overseas players