Press release -
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 manner or do any act or omission which may be prejudicial to the interests of cricket or which may bring the game of cricket or any Cricketer or group of Cricketers into disrepute.’’
Jack Brooks, Evelyn Jones and Danielle Wyatt also admitted a breach of ECB Directive 3.4, which states “Each Participant is bound by and must comply with the ECB Anti-Discrimination Code”.
The CDC Adjudicator, Chris Tickle, has imposed a reprimand on each of the five cricketers. The CDC decisions in each case are available below: