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Japan batter Ibrahim discovered responsible of breaching ICC code of conduct

Port Moresby [Papua New Guinea], July 28 (ANI): Japan batter Ibrahim Takahashi was discovered responsible of breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct through the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup East Asia Pacific (EAP) Qualifier match towards the Philippines in Papua New Guinea.

Takahashi was discovered to have breached Article 2.2 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which pertains to the abuse of cricket tools or clothes, floor tools or fixtures and fittings throughout an International Match.

Takahashi admitted the offence and accepted the sanction of a reprimand that was proposed by match referee, Wendell Labrooy, and as such there was no want for a proper listening to.

In addition to this, one demerit level has been added to Takahashi’s disciplinary document, for whom it was the primary offence in a 24-month interval.

The incident occurred after Takahashi was dismissed throughout Japan’s innings. After coming into the altering room, he broken the wall adjoining to the altering room door.

On-field umpires Shaun Haig and Alu Kapa, third umpire Phillip Gillespie and fourth official Claire Polosak levelled the fees.

Level 1 breaches carry a minimal penalty of an official reprimand, a most penalty of fifty per cent of a participant’s match charge, and one or two demerit factors. (ANI)