Lehmann Found Guilty of Code of Behaviour Breach

Melbourne, Dec 27 (IANS): Cricket Australia (CA) Thursday announced that Brisbane Heat coach Darren Lehmann has been found guilty of breaching the CA Code of Behaviour.

Lehmann received an official reprimand and a $3,000 fine suspended for two years, said a CA release.

At a hearing Thursday, commissioner John Price found Lehmann guilty of breaching Rule 9: Detrimental Public Comment regarding comments he made in a post-match media interview following the T20 Big Bash League match between Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Renegades at Etihad Stadium last Saturday night.


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