Code of Conduct Register 2021-22 22 October

The Cricket Australia Code Of Conduct Register for the 2021-22 season is below.

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PLAYER

DATE

COMPETITION

COMPLAINT / CHARGE

ACTION

7.

Cameron Green

20 October 2021

Sheffield Shield (WA v TAS)

Article 2.8 (Level 1) Showing dissent at an Umpire’s decision during a Match

Disputed the offence and proposed sanction (25% of Match Fee) at hearing before Match Referee.

Found ‘Guilty’ by Match Referee – fined 15% of Match Fee.

6.

Nicola Carey

17 October 2021

WBBL (Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers)

Article 2.5 (Level 1) Abuse of Cricket Equipment or Clothing, Ground Equipment or Fixtures and Fittings during a Match

Guilty – fined 15% of Match Fee

5.

Ashleigh Gardner

17 October 2021

WBBL (Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers)

Article 2.3 (Level 1) Use of an audible obscenity during a Match

Guilty – fined 20% of Match Fee

4.

Joe Burns

16 October 2021

Sheffield Shield (SA v QLD)

Article 2.8 (Level 1) Showing dissent at an Umpire’s decision during a Match

Disputed the offence and sanction at a hearing before Match Referee.

Found ‘Not Guilty’ by Match Referee.

3.

Nathan McAndrew

16 October 2021

Sheffield Shield (SA v QLD)

Article 2.2 (Level 1) Excessive appealing during a Match

Guilty – fined 25% of Match Fee

2.

Marnus Labuschagne

7 October 2021

Sheffield Shield (QLD v TAS)

Article 2.2 (Level 1) Excessive appealing during a Match

and

Article 2.8 (Level 1) Showing dissent at an Umpire’s decision during a Match

Guilty of Article 2.2 (Level 1) charge – fined 25% of Match Fee.

and

Disputed Article 2.8 (Level 1) charge. Found ‘Not Guilty’ by Match Referee.

1.

Hilton Cartwright

26 & 27 September 2021

Sheffield Shield (SA v WA)

Article 2.23 (Level 1) Where the facts of the alleged incident are not adequately or clearly covered by any of the above offences, conduct at any time that either: (a) is contrary to the spirit of the game; (b) is unbecoming of a representative or official; (c) is or could be harmful to the interests of cricket; or (d) does or could bring the game of cricket into disrepute.

Guilty – fined 30% of Match Fee

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