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Matthew Clough of Arthington Cricket Club.

Matthew Clough was charged with a breach of Rule 30.E. a. - “Abuse in the Press or other Public Media” and at a Disciplinary Hearing he was found to be guilty.
The Panel awarded a penalty which suspended Matthew Clough from playing all forms of cricket for a period of 5 weeks in the 2018 season.

Burnt Yates 2nd XI Vs Blubberhouses 2nd XI.
At a Disciplinary Panel Hearing it was found that Burnt Yates 2nd XI breached Rule 25. m. by playing a recognised 1st team player, against Blubberhouses 2nd XI.
The outcome of the Panel Hearing deducted the 10 winning points from Burnt Yates and awarded them to Blubberhouses; both teams kept their bonus points.

Bishop Monkton 1st XI Vs Bolton Abbey 1st XI.
For the match scheduled to be played on the 7th July 2018, Bishop Monkton and Bolton Abbey could not agree to reschedule their match, so Rule 20.a. should have still been in force.

Bishop Monkton could not raise a team to play on the 7th July 2018 and have therefore deemed to have conceded the match. It follows that Bolton Abbey will be awarded 13 points and Bishop Monkton  will have 10 points deducted. 

4th July 2018 - TNL Rule 25 m) Penalty

With effect from the start of the 2018 season the scoring of points under Rule 23 has changed. More points can now be scored. This change should have been reflected in the points removed and awarded where there has been a breach of Rule 25 m) – playing a recognised higher team player in a lower team when the higher team`s match has been cancelled or not scheduled. In a case where a breach of Rule 25 m) was proved it was decided that the offending (and winning) team should have its 10 points for winning removed. The 10 points for winning were awarded to the non offending team who would be credited with the win. Bonus points secured by both teams would not be altered.

Any team being in breach of Rule 25 m) this season will have its 10 points for winning removed and awarded to the non offending team. Bonus points secured by both teams will not be altered. Batting and/or bowling and/or wicketkeeping/fielding figures of the offending team in the match concerned will not be taken into account.