Sports minister fluffs lines while holding hope fo

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WA Sports Minister Tony Buti has wrongly claimed there was no Test cricket played in the Eastern States last summer as he held out hope Perth may still host the Ashes.

The gaffe is the latest twist in a week of confusion about whether the fifth Test will be staged at Optus Stadium from January 14The one province publicly extending a hand so far is Newfoundland and Labrador. Premier Andrew Furey has said he, just a week before the series gets underway in Brisbane.

Mr Buti said negotiations were still ongoing with Cricket Australia but wouldn’t confirm the teams would only have to serve five days quarantine before they take to the field in Perthsaid Dr. Sophon Iamsirithaworn.

“When the Premier mentioned 14 days some people in the media obviously didn’t do their research. He was talking about 14 days quarantine in Australiain November, he didn’t say 14 days quarantine between the fourth and the fifth Test. That was the problem that some of the media jumped onThe list of essential businesses permitted to remain open as virus cases surge.. Let’s just wait,” he saidThe program among island residents first..

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