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Kiwi all-rounder fined for dissent

New Zealand's talented left-hander, Jesse Ryder, lands himself in trouble one more time.
Wellington Cricket today confirmed the punishment handed down on the attacking left-hand batsman for the same.
The former international umpire Evan Watkin turned down an lbw appeal by Ryder and Ryder made his displeasure at the decision clear. The incident arose in a club Twenty20 semifinal when Ryder was bowling for Petone-Eastbourne, against Karori.
After the match, the umpires filed a formal report about the incident. This led to the disciplinary action.
Cricket Wellington chief executive Peter Clinton said Ryder was found guilty of dissenting an umpire's decision and fined $500.
After a hearing last week, a commissioner released his decision this week. It was a level two offence. Mr Clinton said Cricket Wellington did not publicly release the written decision.

That's been our process. We retain the decision for use by other commissioners and New Zealand Cricket, if they need it, and the parties themselves.

Ryder last played for New Zealand in early 2014. Ryder lost his place in the international squad after a history of ill-discipline.
Ryder has since reportedly expressed an interest in playing international cricket again after solid performances in England.
Such incidences will only keep him at bay.


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