Cricket Discipline Commission Hearing - Leicestershire County Cricket Club
The Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) has imposed suspended sanctions against Leicestershire County Cricket Club and Colin Ackermann following a remote disciplinary hearing on 2 August.
The hearing was held after Leicestershire received six fixed penalties in a 12-month period; Ackermann was captain on all six occasions.
As a consequence of the fixed penalties, Leic
CDC imposes suspended points penalty against Sussex County Cricket Club
The Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) has imposed a suspended sanction against Sussex County Cricket Club following a remote disciplinary hearing on 15 June. The hearing was held after Sussex received five fixed penalties in a 12-month period.
As a consequence of the fixed penalties, Sussex CCC were charged with a breach of ECB Directive 3.6.21(a).
The club was given suspended points dedu
Chris Wood receives suspended ban following ECB investigation
Hampshire bowler Chris Wood has received a two-month suspended ban following an investigation by the ECB’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU).
Wood admitted to charges relating to a total of nine bets that he placed on cricket matches in 2011 (two bets) and 2016 (seven bets). These actions breached Article 2.2.1 of the relevant ECB Anti-Corruption Codes that were in place at the time.
Cricket Discipline Commission imposes suspended points penalty against Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and a suspended ban on Dan Christian
The Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) has imposed a suspended sanction against Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and its T20 captain Dan Christian following a remote disciplinary hearing held on 19 November. The hearing was triggered following five fixed penalties being reached by Nottinghamshire in a 12 month period. All the breaches happened in a five week period during the Vitality Blast in
Sussex CCC sanctioned by Cricket Discipline Commission Panel
A Cricket Discipline Commission (CDC) Panel has deducted 24 points from Sussex CCC’s final Bob Willis Trophy points total.
Following an incident involving Mitchell Claydon during Sussex CCC’s Bob Willis Trophy match against Middlesex CCC on 23 August, Sussex CCC admitted to breaching ECB Directives 3.3 and 3.7 which state:
3.3 No Participant may conduct themself in a manner or do any act or
England Physical Disability squad announced for World Series in Worcester
Four uncapped players are named in the 15-man squad for the Physical Disabilty World Series
ECB Charge Joe Clarke and Tom Kohler-Cadmore
The ECB has charged Joe Clarke and Tom Kohler-Cadmore with bringing the game into disrepute. Each player has been charged with a breach of ECB Directive 3.3. ECB Directive 3.3 states: “No Participant may conduct themself in a manner or do any act or omission at any time which may be prejudicial to the interests of cricket or which may bring the ECB, the game of cricket or any Cricketer or group
Media Advisory: ECB Reaction to Cricket Discipline Commission decisions
Tom Harrison, Chief Executive Officer of the ECB, said:
“We accept the decisions made by the Cricket Discipline Commission and the sanctions they have given to Alex Hales and Ben Stokes.
“Each pleaded guilty, admitted their charges and has accepted their sanctions.
“They will now be available to play for England, with the same support as all of our players.
“Today is a very strong remi
Media Advisory: Cricket Discipline Commission – Alex Hales and Ben Stokes
The CDC Disciplinary Panel today announced its decisions in cases brought against Ben Stokes and Alex Hales. The reasons for these decisions will be released in due course.
Both players were charged with two breaches of ECB Directive 3.3. Both players admitted each charge. The Panel held a separate hearing for each player and considered each charge individually.
In respect o
Media Advisory – Cricket Discipline Commission – Ben Stokes/Alex Hales
The independent Cricket Discipline Commission (“CDC”) today confirmed that Ben Stokes and Alex Hales have each been charged by the ECB with bringing the game into disrepute.
Each player has been charged with two counts of breaching ECB Directive 3.3 and will be required to attend a CDC Disciplinary Panel Hearing in accordance with the CDC Regulations.
ECB Directive 3.3 states:
Eleven players penalised under ECB Discipline Code
Below is a round-up of Fixed Penalty Directive breaches from 16 July - 27 August:
Tom Banton was reported by umpires Martin Saggers and Steve O’Shaughnessy during the U19 Test Match between England and South Africa on 16 – 19 July 2018 for a Level 1 breach of the Directives (any other misconduct, the nature of which is, in the opinion of the umpires, equivalent to a Level 1 offence).
Six players penalised under ECB Discipline Code
Below is a round-up of Fixed Penalty Directive breaches from June 25 - July 16.
Stuart Whittingham was reported by umpires Martin Saggers and Billy Taylor during Sussex’s Specsavers County Championship match against Nottinghamshire on 25 - 28 June 2018. The Cricket Liaison Officer, Tim Boon, determined that Whittingham had committed a Level 1 breach of the Directives (bowling a dangerous or