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Date Published: 2019-11-22 

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Carter, Harding among five including four players found guilty of breaching CWI Code of Conduct

St. John’s, Antigua, November 22 - (www.bcacricket.org) – Barbados Pride captain Jonathan Carter and another Barbadian, Keon Harding, who represents West Indies Emerging Players, are among four players, plus one team official found guilty of breaching the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Code of Conduct during the ongoing Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup in St. Kitts and Trinidad & Tobago. 

The other players are Joshua da Silva of West Indies Emerging Players and Akeal Hosein of Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, while the official is Meryn Dillon, the Trinidad & Tobago Red Force head coach.

Four out of the five admitted to their offences and accepted the imposition of the proposed sanctions, so there was no need for formal hearings.

But in the case of Harding, he was charged with two breaches in the same game – a Level 1 to which he admitted and accepted the proposed sanction, and a Level 2 which he intends to appeal.

JONATHAN CARTER

Carter was reported by on-field umpires Nigel Duguid and Lyndon Rajkumar, and reserve umpire Bernard Joseph for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct during the match between Barbados Pride and Jamaica Scorpions on November 20 at the Conaree Cricket Centre in St. Kitts.

The experienced batsman was fined 10 percent of his match fee by match referee Stewart Rawlins, after he breached paragraph 2.3 of the Code of Conduct, relating to the abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures and fittings.

Joseph and Rawlins reported hearing loud, crashing glass coming from the Pride dressing room and discovered that Carter was responsible for a broken glass window upon investigation.

JOSHUA DA SILVA

Da Silva was reported by on-field umpires Gregory Brathwaite and Leslie Reifer Jr, and reserve umpire Christopher Wright for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct during the match between West Indies Emerging Players and the United States on November 19 at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad.

The wicketkeeper/batsman was reprimanded by match referee Hayden Bruce, after he breached paragraph 2.4 of the Code of Conduct by showing dissent at an umpire’s decision by action or verbal abuse.

The umpires reported that Da Silva, a Trinidadian, hung around for an extended period of time and pointed to his forearm before leaving the field, after he was adjudged lbw to Noshthush Kenjige for 31.

KEON HARDING

First, Harding was reported by on-field umpires Gregory Brathwaite and Christopher Wright, TV umpire Carl Tuckett and reserve umpire Jonathan Blades for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct during the match between West Indies Emerging Players and the United States on November 19 at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad.

The fast bowler was fined 10 percent by match referee Hayden Bruce, after he breached paragraph 2.3 of the Code of Conduct, relating to the abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures and fittings.

The umpires reported that Harding struck a garbage bin near to the entrance of the players’ enclosure with such strong force that it was heard on the field of play. This happened after he left the field of play following his dismissal lbw to Noshthush Kenjige for a duck.

Coming out of the same incident, Harding was also reported for a Level 2 breach of the Code of Conduct and was fined 70 percent by Bruce for breaching paragraph 3.2 of the Code for showing serious dissent at an umpire’s decision by action or verbal abuse.

The umpires reported that Harding showed dissent immediately at the crease when he was dismissed, and also struck an advertising hoarding when he was leaving the field.

At a hearing the following day attended by Harding, West Indies Emerging Players head coach Floyd Reifer and the umpires, the player admitted to showing dissent at the crease, but not striking the advertising hoarding.

Harding has until November 30 to appeal the imposition of the second fine.

AKEAL HOSEIN

Hosein was reported by on-field umpires Gregory Brathwaite and Christopher Wright, TV umpire Carl Tuckett and reserve umpire Jonathan Blades for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct during the match between Trinidad & Tobago Red Force and West Indies Emerging Players on November 13 at Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad.

The left-arm spin bowler was reprimanded by match referee Michael Ragoonath, after he breached paragraph 2.2 of the Code of Conduct, when he failed to follow the instructions of the umpires.

Hosein was instructed not to enter the field of play at the end of the 13th over by the on-field umpires and was further advised by the reserve umpire at the start of the 14th over that he was not allowed to enter the field of play at that time.

The player, however, proceeded onto the field at the end of the 14th over in breach of the umpires’ instructions.

MERVYN DILLON

Dillon was reported by on-field umpires Gregory Brathwaite and Carl Tuckett, TV umpire Leslie Reifer Jr and reserve umpire Christopher Taylor for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct during the match between Red Force and Guyana Jaguars on November 8 at Queen’s Park Oval.

The Red Force head coach was reprimanded and fined 20 percent of the team official’s match fee by match referee Reon King, after he breached paragraph 2.4 of the Code of Conduct, when he failed to follow an umpire’s instruction during the match.

The umpires reported that Dillon, a former Trinidad & Tobago and West Indies fast bowler, entered the field of play during the first refreshments break of the match and was seen having a discussion with the Red Force players, after he was specifically told at the pre-tournament meeting on November 5 that no coaches are allowed onto the field of play during the hours of play.

Document Author bcacricket.org
Date Published 2019-11-22
Division WICB Regional 50-Over Tournament
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Historical Batting Stats
Pos. Name (Club) MT I NO R HS AVE 100 50 Division
1. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 3 0 61 41 20.33 0 0 2019 Sagicor Twenty20
2. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 7 9 1 388 153 48.00 2 0 2018 Elite Division
3. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 11 10 2 221 71 27.63 0 2 2018 BCA Super Cup
4. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 2 0 11 11 5.50 0 0 2017 Sagicor Twenty20
5. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 4 0 169 95 42.25 0 1 2017 Elite Division
6. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 4 0 169 92 42.25 0 1 2016 Sagicor Twenty20
7. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 7 0 126 27 18.00 0 0 2016 Elite Division
8. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 5 7 1 227 82 37.83 0 2 2015 Elite Division
9. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 1 2 0 7 7 3.50 0 0 2014 Elite Division
10. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 3 5 0 380 160 76.00 1 2 2013 Elite Division
11. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 7 12 3 648 105 72.00 2 4 2012 Elite Division
12. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 7 5 2 88 33* 29.33 0 0 2012 Sagicor Cup
13. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 10 10 4 226 76* 37.67 0 2 2012 Sagicor Twenty20
14. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 4 0 104 85 26.00 0 1 2011 Sagicor Cup
15. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 9 16 3 633 155* 48.69 2 2 2011 First Division
16. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 5 8 2 224 68 37.33 0 1 2010 First Division
17. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 3 3 1 150 96* 75.00 0 1 2010 Sagicor Cup
18. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 7 13 2 582 154 52.91 2 3 2009 First Division
19. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 8 12 1 559 141 50.81 3 2 2008 First Division
20. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 6 6 0 187 54 31.17 0 1 2008 Sagicor Cup
21. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 10 19 1 643 111 35.02 2 2 2007 Banks First Division
22. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 9 8 0 181 55 22.63 0 1 2007 Sagicor Cup
23. Jonathan Carter (Bdos Youth A) 4 4 1 130 88* 43.33 0 1 2006 Sagicor Cup
24. Jonathan Carter (Bdos Youth) 5 9 0 362 81 40.22 0 3 2006 First Division
25. Jonathan Carter (Bdos Youth) 10 13 0 274 69 21.07 0 2 2005 First Division
26. Jonathan Carter (Combined Schools) 6 11 1 213 84 21.30 0 2 2004 First Division
Historical Bowling Stats
Pos. Name (Club) MT O M R W AVE BB 5W 10W ER Tournament
1. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 9.0 0 46 5 9.20 2-19 0 0 5.11 2019 Sagicor Twenty20
2. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 11 35.0 2 171 6 28.50 2-18 0 0 4.89 2018 BCA Super Cup
3. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 7 31.0 4 111 1 111.00 1-7 0 0 2.41 2018 Elite Division
4. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 21.0 3 72 2 36.00 2-30 0 0 3.43 2017 Elite Division
5. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 5.4 0 57 1 57.00 1-14 0 0 10.06 2016 Sagicor Twenty20
6. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 50.0 6 146 13 11.23 5-26 1 0 2.92 2016 Elite Division
7. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 5 59.0 9 209 9 23.22 3-24 0 0 3.54 2015 Elite Division
8. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 1 18.0 0 71 4 17.75 4-39 0 0 3.94 2014 Elite Division
9. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 10 12.5 0 116 5 23.20 3-15 0 0 9.04 2012 Sagicor Twenty20
10. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 7 39.3 3 119 10 11.90 3-15 0 0 3.01 2012 Sagicor Cup
11. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 7 117.3 23 366 24 15.25 5-33 1 0 3.11 2012 Elite Division
12. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 9 176.4 27 607 31 19.58 4-35 0 0 3.44 2011 First Division
13. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 4 22.2 3 67 5 13.40 3-36 0 0 3.00 2011 Sagicor Cup
14. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 5 37.1 3 147 8 18.38 3-11 0 0 3.96 2010 First Division
15. Jonathan Carter (UWI) 3 12.0 0 65 0 0.00 0-0 0 0 5.42 2010 Sagicor Cup
16. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 7 138.1 29 391 17 23.00 4-48 0 0 2.83 2009 First Division
17. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 6 35.3 1 143 7 20.43 4-31 1 0 4.03 2008 Sagicor Cup
18. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 8 103.3 13 463 10 46.30 3-69 0 0 4.47 2008 First Division
19. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 9 53.5 5 263 11 23.91 4-41 1 0 4.89 2007 Sagicor Cup
20. Jonathan Carter (Banks) 10 103.2 15 371 9 41.22 2-15 0 0 3.59 2007 Banks First Division
21. Jonathan Carter (Bdos Youth) 5 111.4 15 480 27 17.77 5-24 3 0 4.31 2006 First Division
22. Jonathan Carter (Bdos Youth) 10 26.0 5 90 7 12.86 4-24 0 0 3.46 2005 First Division
23. Jonathan Carter (Combined Schools) 6 34.2 1 216 9 24.00 3-56 0 0 6.29 2004 First Division
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