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Male, female cricket leaders shape culture

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n vice-captain Rachael Haynes has played a leading role in a cultural review for the sport.n cricket’s push for cultural change has prompted an unprecedented collaboration between leaders of the national men’s and women’s sides.
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Cricket (CA) will soon release findings of cultural reviews that were commissioned after the ball-tampering furore.

Tim Paine, Rachael Haynes, Pat Cummins, Shane Watson, George Bailey and Justin Langer were on the panel that helped former Test opener Rick McCosker conduct a played-led review.

Paine confirmed last week, before flying out to the UAE, the resultant behavioural charter will be in place during the Test series against Pakistan.

The final details were drawn up after an informal meeting of the nation’s most influential cricketers, male and female.

Haynes, who led last year in Meg Lanning’s absence and will be vice-captain in Saturday night’s Twenty20 clash with New Zealand at North Sydney Oval, described it as a pivotal moment.

“It’s probably the first time in my career we’ve come together and done something like that,” Haynes told AAP.

“To be perfectly honest, it was probably one of the most meaningful interactions that the leaders across the two teams have had.

“It’s unfortunate it came about through the circumstances it did but people shared ideas, talked about behaviours, how we want to play, what we stand for and the type of teams we want to be.

“You’ll see two n teams really keen to ensure they make the public proud.”

Newly appointed men’s vice-captain Josh Hazlewood, who was part of the discussion, noted it was good to get the thoughts of his counterparts.

“We have our values in place. Not just words on a page but (we have to be) living them day in, day out,” Hazlewood said.

“Holding each other accountable to those behaviours.”

The two sides haven’t been united in such fashion since last year’s pay dispute, which was triggered by rage over revenue-sharing rather than shame related to sandpaper.

Haynes described the McCosker review as a “very robust process”.

“Players were very honest in their reflections on what happened and also what happened leading up to it,” the batter said.

“But more importantly, what we want to do moving forward.”

The coming summer of men’s cricket is one of change. A new captain, coach and vice-captains have been appointed since the Cape Town cheating scandal, and CA will soon name its next chief executive.

In sharp contrast, Haynes’ team certainly can’t be accused of bringing the sport into disrepute.

They’re a marketing manager’s dream; incredibly successful and just as classy off the pitch.

“Nothing has really stood out in the past that we weren’t proud of or anything like that,” she said.

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