Clint McKay reprimanded by Cricket Australia for misconduct

Updated: 02 December 2013 14:51 IST

Clint McKay breached Australia's Code of Behaviour during Sheffield Shield match against South Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Victoria fast bowler Clint McKay has been reprimanded by Cricket Australia (CA) for breaching Code of Behaviour during Sheffield Shield match against South Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

McKay was reported by the umpires for breaching Article 2.1.4 - Using language or a gesture that is obscene, offensive or insulting during a match.

The incident occurred when McKay let off an audible obscenity during Victoria's first bowling innings on day two of the match.

McKay accepted the reprimand proposed by match referee David Tullala. A Code of Behaviour hearing was not required. This was McKay's first offence in the past 18 months.

Topics : Cricket Clint McKay Greg Chappell
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