The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reprimanded and warned 14 cricketers for breaching its Code of Conduct with regard to clothing and equipment during the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in the United Arab Emirates.
All of the players admitted to a Level One breach of the ICC Code of Conduct, breaching specifically Article 2.1.1 - Breach of the ICC’s Clothing and Equipment Regulations during an International Match.
Six players from Oman, four from Afghanistan and one each from Scotland, Italy, Kenya, Hong Kong were reprimanded and warned by the match referees on duty for the tournament - David Jukes, Adrian Griffith and Dev Govindjee.
"This tournament is a major event for the Associate and Affiliate Members which will lead two of the sides to the ICC World Twenty20 Sri Lanka 2012," Jukes said.
"I hope these reprimands have reminded the various sides about the importance of clothing standards and regulations for all ICC events and may this serve as an education to all the sides involved in the tournament."
The list of players warned and reprimanded is as follows:
Mohammad Shahzad, Nawroz Mangal, Mohammad Nabi, Gulbadin Naib (Afghanistan), Jamie Atkinson (Hong Kong), Hayden Partrizi Dell-Agnello (Italy), Hiren Varaiya (Kenya), Sultan Ahmed, Qais Bin Khalid Al Said, Farhan Afzal Khan, Rajesh Kumar, Zeeshan Ahmed, Vaibhav Wategaonkar (Oman), Craig Wallace (Scotland)
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