T20 champions Nottinghamshire received a suspended points deduction – which could be as much as 16 points – after several fouls on the field en route to the second title last summer
- Notts Outlaws had five fixed penalties for their players in as many weeks
- The T20 champions could be deducted 16 points in the County Championship
- Dan Christian could be banned from a match depending on 2021 team behavior
Twenty20 champions Nottinghamshire have been hit with a suspended point deduction after a spate of offenses on the field heading for their second title last summer.
After five fixed criminal offenses in as many weeks for their players, the Outlaws faced a mandatory hearing from the Cricket Discipline Commission, which led to the threat of taking points and captain Dan Christian for one match, depending on the team’s behavior. in 2021.
The decisions were made via a remote hearing on November 19 chaired by Mike Smith, along with Paul Parker and Tom Poynton.
Twenty20 champions Nottinghamshire have been hit with a suspended points deduction
A penalty of two penalties in the Royal London Cup and / or the Vitality Blast and / or 16 points in the County Championship will be immediately imposed if cricketers playing for Nottinghamshire incur a further two fixed penalties in a competition within the next 12 months . .
The exact number of points to be deducted will be determined by the CDC panel, depending on the severity of the indiscretions and which competitions they take place in.
In addition, Australian all-rounder Christian will be banned for one game if a player on any Notts team he leads is given a notice with a fixed penalty.
Notts captain Dan Christian could be banned from a match depending on the team’s behavior in 2021