Cariah reprimanded For Code Of Conduct

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Cricket West Indies confirmed today that Trinidad & Tobago left-handed batsman Yannic Cariah was reprimanded for a breach of the Code of Conduct during the third round of matches which ended on Sunday in the Digicel 4-Day Championship.

Cariah was reported by on-field umpires Danesh Ramdhanie and Gregory Brathwaite, along with reserve umpire Kellman Kowlessar, for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct during the match between Red Force and Windward Islands Volcanoes at Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad.

Match referee Michael Ragoonath reprimanded Cariah, after he breached paragraph 1.3 of the Code of Conduct by using language that was obscene, offensive or insulting, when he yelled an expletive after being dismissed caught in the 44th over of the Red Force first innings.

The player admitted to the offence and accepted the imposition of the proposed sanction, so there was no need for a formal hearing.

 

CWI CODE OF CONDUCT – RANGE OF PENALTIES

 

Level of Offence

Sanction

Level 1

Official warning/reprimand and/or fine of up to the equivalent of 50 per cent of player or team official’s match fee

Level 2

Fine of the equivalent of between 50 per cent of player or team official’s match fee up to their full match fee and/or a ban of 1 match and/or 2 one-day matches

Level 3

Ban of between 2 and 4 matches and/or between 4 and 8 one-day matches

Level 4

Ban of between 5 matches and/or 10 one-day matches and a life ban.

 
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