Sydney Thunder’s Harmanpreet Kaur booked for conduct breach during Women’s Big Bash League

Indian cricketer Harmanpreet Kaur

Sydney Thunder’s Harmanpreet Kaur was booked for breaching the Cricket Australia Code of Conduct during the Women’s Big Bash League match against the Hobart Hurricanes in Hobart.

The offence occurred during the batting innings of Sydney Thunder team on Monday, after Harmanpreet was dismissed.

Kaur, who is the first Indian woman cricketer to play in the Big Bash League, has been charged for breaching CA’s Code of Conduct Article 2.1.2 – abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures and fittings during a match – a level 1 offence.

Roy Loh, who was the Referee in that match, considered the umpires’ written report as per the Cricket Australia Code of Conduct procedure. No hearing was required as Harmanpreet accepted the sanction. The proposed sanction was a reprimand.

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  1. She was on the top of our target list, and we are very pleased that the BCCI has released her to play in Australia. Sydney Thunder prides itself on being an innovator in Australian cricket, so it is a real fillip for the club to have signed the first Indian international to play Big Bash cricket in Australia.

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