South African officials allow controversial Sonny Bill Williams masks

South African Officials Under Fire For Posing With Fans Wearing Sonny Bill Williams Masks

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The Warners have been together since 2013, welcoming their first daughter Ivy Mae in 2014, getting married in 2015 and having second daughter Indi Rae, now aged two. De Kock admitted to saying something in a hearing that took place on Wednesday and was fined 25% of his match fee with one demerit point added to his record.

Don't get me wrong, there is a tinge of poor form from the South African fans makingmasks of SBW to taunt Warner, but it would be little different to how Australian fans welcome visiting teams. Candice Warner's encounter with Williams was widely reported in the Australian media, which coined the phrase "toilet tryst" to refer to it.

The photograph, taken on the first day of the second test in Port Elizabeth on Friday, shows Cricket South Africa's commercial and marketing head, Clive Eksteen, and communications head Altaaf Kazi standing and smiling with three men wearing masks with the face of New Zealand rugby worldwide Sonny Bill Williams.

Both camps shot down reports of South Africa's batsmen complaining about Warner's hand, while it's understood match referee Jeff Crowe told the tourists that Warner's strapping isn't a problem.

On Sunday he turned it back to his advantage, in a show of support for his family.

While the songs were not heard at St George's Park, the masks were seen but only after CSA officials had to intervene to allow mask-wearing fans into the stadium.

Quinton de Kock's retort to Warner's sledging was to mention Williams and his brief relationship with Warner's wife, at which Warner became angry and violent. Warner then had to be restrained by teammates as he argued with de Kock on a staircase leading to the dressing rooms as players came off the field for a break.

To make matters worse, two CSA officials posed alongside fans who were wearing the masks on day one.

Candice and David Warner at the 2017 Allan Border Medal awards night.

Australian cricket officials were furious after the two senior South African cricket executives posed for photos with three men wearing the masks on the opening day of the Second Test in Port Elizabeth.

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