ECB Statement on Yorkshire Cricket Discipline Commission hearings
In response to media reports that three individuals have decided not to participate in the forthcoming Cricket Discipline Commission proceedings, the ECB has issued the following statement.
"Individuals are entitled to choose not to participate in the hearings if they wish, but the cases will still be heard in their absence and we are satisfied that the disciplinary process in this matter has b
Former and current players reprimanded by CDC over non-recent social media posts
The Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) has published its decision in relation to charges brought against a current and a former player regarding non-recent social media posts.
Alex Hales and Ateeq Javid admitted their breach of ECB Directive 3.3 which states: “No such person may conduct himself in a manner or do any act or omission which may be prejudicial to the interests of cricket or which
Five former and current players reprimanded by CDC for non-recent social media posts
The Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) has today published its decisions in relation to charges brought by the ECB against five former and current professional cricketers related to non-recent social media posts.
Each of Jack Brooks, Andrew Gale, Evelyn Jones, Azeem Rafiq and Danielle Wyatt admitted their breach of ECB Directive 3.3 which states: “No such person may conduct themself in a manne
CDC impose 10-point deduction on Durham
Durham have accepted a 10-point deduction from the Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) after batter Nic Maddinson admitted a breach of ECB Directives 3.2 and 3.3.
Maddinson used a bat which failed a bat-gauge test during Durham’s LV= Insurance County Championship match against Derbyshire on 6 September 2022.
The CDC considered the points put in mitigation by Durham CCC and Maddinson, tha
CDC impose six-point sanction on Lancashire
Lancashire has received a six-point deduction in the LV= Insurance County Championship, following a hearing of a Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) panel.
The CDC panel hearing was convened after Lancashire had incurred two Fixed Penalties within 12 months of being handed a suspended sanction on 10 November 2021.
The fixed penalties were incurred in Lancashire’s County Championship matc
Derbyshire deducted two points after accepting charge
Derbyshire County Cricket Club has received a two-point deduction after the club admitted to a charge relating to its Royal London Cup match against Hampshire on Friday, 12 August.
All-rounder Mattie McKiernan was charged and accepted a breach of Directives 3.2 and 3.3 of the Directives of the ECB after he used a cricket bat which failed a bat-gauge test during and after the match.
CDC Panel impose two-point penalty on Durham
The Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) has imposed a two-point sanction on Durham, which is imposed immediately to the club’s Royal London Cup points tally.
The CDC Panel invoked the points deduction following a hearing after Durham had received seven fixed penalty breaches between June 2021 and June 2022.
Durham had previously been handed a suspended points deduction by the CDC Chair o
CDC Panel impose two-point penalty on Leicestershire
The Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) has imposed a two-point sanction on Leicestershire.
The sanction is imposed immediately to Leicestershire’s 2022 Vitality Blast points total after the club incurred two further fixed penalties during their home match against Northamptonshire Steelbacks on Friday night.
The CDC’s decision follows the sanction it imposed on Leicestershire on 2 August
Update on Yorkshire County Cricket Club investigation
Yorkshire County Cricket Club and a number of individuals have today been charged following an ECB investigation into racism and other allegations at the Club and its handling of those allegations.
The charges arise from alleged breaches of ECB Directive 3.3 (conduct which is improper or which may be prejudicial to the interests of cricket or which may bring the ECB, the game of cricket or
Cricket Discipline Commission Hearing - Essex CCC
An independent Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) Panel has imposed a £50,000 fine on Essex CCC after the club pleaded guilty to two charges in relation to a racist comment made in 2017 at an Essex CCC Executive Board meeting.
The club has also been cautioned as to further conduct and issued with a reprimand. £15,000 of the fine is suspended for two years.
Essex had been charged with a
Cricket Discipline Commission Hearing - Jason Roy
A Disciplinary Panel of the Cricket Discipline Commission has announced its sanction on Jason Roy after he admitted a charge of conducting himself in a manner which may be prejudicial to the interests of cricket or which may bring the game of cricket, the ECB and himself into disrepute, in breach of ECB Directive 3.3.
Following a full disciplinary hearing at which all available evidence was h
Cricket Discipline Commission Hearing – Alex Davies
On 3 February, a Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) Panel imposed a five-match ban on Alex Davies in relation to the player’s historic social media posts.
Mr Davies, who had been charged with breaching ECB Directives 3.3 and 3.4, will serve an immediate one-match ban with the other four matches suspended for a two-year period from the date of the Hearing. He was also fined £1,500.