New Zealand vs Pakistan: Kyle Jamieson fined for breach of conduct in first Test


New Zealand quick bowler Kyle Jamieson has been fined 25% of his match charge for throwing the ball in direction of Pakistan batsman Faheem Ashraf “in an inappropriate and/or dangerous manner”, the International Cricket Council (ICC) mentioned on Tuesday.

The 25-year-old had breached Article 2.9 of its code of conduct on Monday, the third day of the first check. Jamieson had admitted the offence and accepted the sanction that was proposed by match referee Jeff Crowe, it added.”

The incident occurred … on Monday, when Jamieson, after fielding the ball on his observe by way of, threw it in the course of Faheem Ashraf at excessive velocity when the batsman was away from the stumps however throughout the popping crease and never meaning to take a run,” the ICC mentioned.

It mentioned one demerit level was added to the bowler’s disciplinary report. It was Jamieson’s first offence in a 24-month interval.When a participant accumulates 4 or extra demerit factors inside a two-year interval, they’re transformed into suspension factors which may result in a ban.

Pakistan had been 71-Three after Tuesday’s play in Mount Maunganui, nonetheless 302 runs away from their victory goal of 373. The second and ultimate check begins in Christchurch on Jan. 3.


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