LONDON - A company in which Australia opener Chris Rogers is a partner has been banned from selling tickets for next month's Ashes Test at Lord's at up to £2,910 apiece (AUS $5,914), the ESPNcricinfo website and the Daily Telegraph reported Tuesday. As a former captain of Middlesex, who play at Lord's, Rogers received 10 tickets for the showpiece match, with officials believing they would go to family and friends. However, Rogers and business partner Tom Scollay, a former Middlesex colleague, then tried to re-sell the tickets as part of a hospitality package offered by their company, Inside Edge Experience. –AFP