ICC Fines England Five WTC Points and Full Match Fees
CRICDOT DESK : After losing to Australia 9 wickets in Ash’s first test in Brisbane on Saturday, England earned five World Test Championship (WTC) points docking and fine of 100% game fees. After the opening test at Gaba on Saturday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said, “England was fined 100% of the game fee and slowly inflated in the first ash test in Brisbane5. Two ICC World Test Championship points were fined. ”
“In accordance with Section 16.11.2 of the playing conditions of the ICC World Test Championship, teams will be awarded 1 point for each excess,” reads the ICC statement.
“Match referee David Boone fined England 100% of the game fee for missing 5 overs under the target after adjusting the time limit. ICC for players and player managers. Section 2.22 of the Code of Conduct charges players 20% of them. The game fees for each team member are insufficient. ”
Australian star Travis Head scored a stunning 152 run strokes in his first inning, leading his host to victory, but was fined after the match.
“Head, the player of the first test game, was fined 15% of the game fee for violating Section 2.3 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Managers. The game “references”. He also received his first breach, a single point of failure, in 24 months, “the ICC said.
“This incident occurred on the 77th Australian inning, where Head used inappropriate language after being attacked by Ben Stokes. A formal hearing after Southpaw admitted the crime and accepted sanctions. There was no meeting, “he added.
Australia won a comfortable victory in Gabber on Saturday. He threw Joe Root England at 297 in two innings of the visitor, pursuing a 20-run goal ahead of the remaining nine wickets.