Katherine was reprimanded by the ICC© AFP
British fast pitcher Katherine Brut has been formally reprimanded for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the Commonwealth Women’s T20I semi-final against India in Birmingham on Saturday. Brunt was found to have violated Article 2.3 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Staff, regarding the use of audible profanity during an international match. “
“Additionally, a plus point was added to Brunt’s disciplinary record, for whom this was the second offense in a 24-month period, resulting in a two-point downgrade,” the ICC said in a statement. official media.
The incident occurred in India’s 17th inning, when Brunt used inappropriate language after a catch was defeated by an Indian hitter. Deepti Sharma.
Brunt admitted the offense and accepted the punishment due to Shandre Fritz of the Emirates ICC International Match Arbitration Council, so there is no need for a formal hearing.
Field referees Eloise Sheridan and Kim Cotton, third referee Claire Polosak and fourth referee Shivani Mishra leveled the pace.
Level 1 violations will result in a minimum of an official reprimand, a maximum penalty of 50% of the player’s match fee and one or two bonus points.
India beat England by four runs in the first semi-final to advance to the gold medal match.
The Harmanpreet KaurTeam -led will now face Australia in the final of the Commonwealth Games on Sunday with the match kicking off at 9:30pm IST.
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