Kieron Pollard Has Been Fined For Breaching Level One Of The ICC Code of Conduct

West Indian all-rounder Kieron Pollard was fined 20% of his gaming fee and awarded a point of failure for violating Level I of the ICC Code of Conduct at the second Indian T20I game against the West Indian Allrounders in Florida.

It has been established that Pollard has violated Article 2.4 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Players Assistance Personnel, which refers to disregard of an umpire’s direction during an international match.

It has been established that Pollard has violated Article 2.4 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Players Assistance Personnel, which refers to disregard of an umpire’s direction during an international match.

The incident occurred after the player called a substitute on the court, although the referees had repeatedly stated that a substitute must come onto the pitch and be asked to wait until the end of the next round. Pollard did not follow the referee’s instructions.

The player denied the offense and as such had a formal hearing before referee Jeff Crowe of the Emirates Elite Panel of the ICC Match Referees. Pollard was found guilty after the hearing and fined 20% of the gaming fee. As a result, an error point was added to his record.

The referees in the field, Nigel Duguid and Gregory Braithwaite, the third referee, Leslie Reifer, and the fourth official, Patrick Gustard, offset the charges.

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