Sydney Sixers fast bowler Tom Curran has been charged with Cricket Australia code of conduct breach. Curran has been charged with Level 1 offense for his conduct during the match against Adelaide Strikers. The England bowler showed dissent at the umpire’s decision during the match which took place on 29 January.
Curran was reported for breaching the CA code of conduct of article 2.1.4. Meanwhile, the incident took place during the Adelaide Strikers innings when Tom Curran showed his disappointment at the umpire’s decision.
Curran receives a reprimand.
The Match referee Bob Parry went through the umpire’s report. Subsequently, Parry went on to hand a penalty of $2500 to Tom Curran.
Curran admitted to the offense but appealed against the sanction at the disciplinary hearing. Consequently, the match referee revised the sanction and Curran got away with the official reprimand.
Meanwhile, Sydney Sixers is at the second place in the points table. They have won eight matches out of the 13 matches and looks set to qualify for the semifinal stages.
In fact, Sydney Sixers was able to win the 45th match of the ongoing Big Bash League against Adelaide Strikers by eight wickets. Curran was on the expensive side as he gave away 37 runs in his four overs quota. The right-handed pacer scalped one wicket.
Meanwhile, Tom Curran has impressed with his skills in the ongoing BBL 2018-19. Curran has come up with good variations to keep the run down. Tom Curran is currently fifth on the list of most wicket takers of the ongoing season.
The English bowler has scalped 18 wickets in the 13 matches he has played in the ongoing season. He has bowled with an average of 19.88 and he has given his runs at an economy rate of 7.48.