Curtis Jackson Receives Cricket Suspension

September 23, 2013

Southampton Rangers batsman Curtis Jackson has been banned from all cricket for a period of time that is sufficient to include 12 BCB club 50 Over matches.

A statement from the BCB said, “In the game against St. David’s CCC on Sunday 15 September, Mr. Curtis Jackson was charged with the following: Showing serious dissent at an Umpire’s decision, (Level 2), Intimidation of an Umpire or Match Referee whether by language or conduct (including gestures) during any Match, (Level 3), and Where the facts of the alleged incident are not adequately or clearly covered by any of the above offences, conduct brings the game into disrepute (Level 3). Mr. Jackson plead guilty and was suspended from all cricket for a period of time that is sufficient to include 12 BCB club 50 Over matches (the date is to be confirmed once the 2014 domestic schedule has been finalized).”

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  1. Fed up says:

    Um, remind me what happened to Treadwell Gibbons in the Cup Math Classic! SMH

  2. Tired says:

    Whats good for the goose will never be good for the gander!!