Cricket Australia (CA) fined the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) team Sydney Sixers for violating the rules of the tournament by $ 25,000, which is about Rs 13,50,000 which added a player to the team sheet while he was in his official Was not part of the team. The Sydney Sixers picked fast bowler Hayley Silver-Holmes in their match against Melbourne Renegades on Saturday night. She has recently returned from a foot injury but her return was not yet approved by the Big Bash Technical Committee.
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Silver-Holmes was technically ineligible for selection without approval. He did not bat in the Sixers’ innings as this mistake was detected even before he hit the ground in the second innings. The Sixers reported the mistake but were still fined hard.
In a statement issued on Sunday, CA’s head of Integrity and Security Sean Carol said Cricket Australia emphasizes the importance of integrity in all its tournaments, including compliance with the rules of its players’ contracts. He said the violation by the Sydney Sixers was of a serious nature and the club’s actions during the last night’s match were badly affected. We support the findings of Ellen Sullivan.
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