Lehmann places 'no-phone' policy for players hour after Ashes play


Sydney, Nov 22 (ANI): Australian head coach Darren Lehmann has reportedly insisted on a no-phones policy for the players for the first hour after play during the ongoing winter Ashes series.

According to News.com.au, even as the Australian government has come in trouble for allegedly eavesdropping on mobile phones in Indonesia, Lehmann has placed a no-phones policy for the 60 minutes after play so players are undistracted at the most important time of the day when they are dissecting the day's events.

Meanwhile, Australia is leading by 224 runs at stumps with ten wickets remaining at the end of day two of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba. (ANI)

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