NZ VS WI: Daryl Mitchel fined heavily for using abusive language in West Indies game | NZ vs WI: Daryl Mitchell receives heavy penalty and abuse during game

Hamilton: New Zealand all-rounder Daryl Mitchell was fined 15% of match fees for using foul language in the first test match played against the West Indies. The ICC has provided information on this matter.

Jermaine Blackwood’s 104-point innings could not save the West Indies from defeat. New Zealand took a 1-0 lead in the series on day four of the first Test, recording a one-sided victory over the West Indies by one set and 134 points.

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The case is in the 62nd of innings for the Windies when captain Jason Holder was running for points between the wickets, when Mitchell used foul language. Mitchell was found guilty of Article 2.3 of the ICC Code of Conduct.

The ICC has also added a demerit point to Mitchell (Daryl Mitchell) ‘s disciplinary record. When a player obtains four or more demerit points within 24 months, he faces a suspension.

All-rounder Mitchell (Daryl Mitchell) has apologized for his mistake and therefore no formal action is needed against him now.

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The second test between the West Indies and New Zealand will be played from the Wellington Basin Reserve.