New Zealand pacemaker Kyle Jamieson fined and used “inappropriate language” in second test against Bangladesh

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New Zealand pacemaker Kyle Jamieson fined for using ‘inappropriate language’ during second test against Bangladesh

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  • Jamieson violates article 2.5 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Support Personnel
  • A demerit point has also been added to Jamieson’s disciplinary record.
  • Outfield officials Chris Gaffaney and Wayne Knights, third official Chris Brown and fourth official Shaun Hague framed the charges.

New Zealand pacemaker Kyle Jamieson was fined 15 percent of his match fee Tuesday for using “inappropriate language” after firing Yasir Ali during the second Test against Bangladesh in Christchurch. According to a statement from the ICC (International Cricket Council), Jamieson violated Article 2.5 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Support Personnel, which “concerns the use of language, action or gesture during an international match that may cause a batter goes into aggressive reaction after being fired.

Additionally, a demerit point has also been added to Jamieson’s disciplinary record, whose third violation in 24 months has brought his total demerit points to three. Jamieson had previously violated the ICC Code of Conduct in ODI against Bangladesh in Christchurch on March 23, 2021 and in test matches against Pakistan in Tauranga on December 28, 2020.

According to the ICC, the incident occurred at 41 of Bangladesh’s first entry on Monday when Jamieson fired Yasir Ali and used inappropriate language. Jamieson accepted the violation and a fine imposed by match referee Jeff Crowe.

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Outfield officials Chris Gaffaney and Wayne Knights, third official Chris Brown and fourth official Shaun Hague framed the charges. The minimum penalty for a Level One offense is an official warning, while the maximum penalty is a 50 percent deduction from the player’s match fee and one or two demerit points.

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