The gathering was taking place in a public area in Hobart's Crowne Plaza Hotel, and had extended to 6am when the police were brought in following a noise complaint from fellow guests
England's disastrous performance in the ongoing Ashes series has caused significant outrage back home with former players such as Kevin Pietersen calling for institutional changes to arrest the slide
Cricket Australia called for calm after a COVID-19 scare involving two members of England’s support staff resulted in a 30-minute delay to the start of play.
David Warner withstood all the pressure from England’s pace veterans and had a couple more reprieves as he helped Australia reach 45-1 at the first interval.
Lancashire seamer James Anderson has been included in the squad after missing the first Test in Brisbane. Stuart Broad has also been named in the England XII ahead of the second Test.
Australia are a perfect eight from eight as they go into the pink-ball test against England beginning Thursday at the Adelaide Oval.
By not playing the series opener, the team management feels Anderson can be better prepared for the subsequent pink-ball Test in Adelaide.
Highest wicket-taker among fast bowlers, Jimmy Anderson managed to dismiss Kohli twice at a cost of 64 runs in the course of four completed Tests.
The final match of the series was cancelled when a physio in the Indian camp tested positive ahead of the game, making the visiting players apprehensive, though all of them tested negative.
England pacer James Anderson surpassed Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar to play the most number of home Test matches.
The quick turnaround in the last three Test matches -- to be played within three weeks -- is forcing both the teams to rotate bowlers.
After the crushing defeat at the hands on India in the second Test at Lords none expected England to bounce back in the third Test at Leeds.
India vs England third Test: If Virat Kohli gets going he can be very destructive, says James Anderson
Virat Kohli went for a checked cover-drive, but he only managed to get a thick outside edge and Jos Buttler held on to a simple catch.
English bowlers displayed some sensational performance on the opening day of the third Test to bundle out India for a paltry 78 within the first two sessions.
Anderson's masterclass was full on display in an awe-inspiring spell of 8-5-6-3 with the new ball as England bowled India out for 78 after Virat Kohli opted to bat in the first Test here on Wednesday.