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South Africa home – Andrew Rasemene and Malcolm Nofal suspended for on-field bodily altercation

Video footage of the incident, accessed by ESPNcricinfo, reveals Rasemene, the non-striker on the time, striding in direction of the celebrating Tuskers gamers after the dismissal of Grant Thompson. The umpires then rush in direction of Rasemene, and there seems to be a scuffle between Rasemene and a few of the opposition gamers.

Whereas the footage, taken from one static digicam, does not present extra particulars, the umpires’ report, additionally accessed by ESPNcricinfo, mentions that Rasemene “grabbed him [Nofal] by the throat”.

A CSA assertion confirmed that the choice to droop the 2 gamers was taken “because of a disciplinary report lodged by the umpires, Jurie Sadler and Roderick Ellis, for an alleged breach of clause 6.3.1 and clause 6.5.1 of the Code of Conduct, respectively”. Clause 6.3.1, which pertains to Nofal’s offence, is for “inappropriate and deliberate bodily contact between gamers in the middle of play”, whereas Rasemene’s offence, 6.5.1, pertains to “bodily assault of one other participant or spectator”.

Nofal will now be ineligible for the upcoming 4-Day Sequence match towards Japanese Cape Iinyathi, scheduled for February 9 to 12, and Rasemene will probably be ineligible for the forthcoming CSA Division 2 4-Day Sequence matches towards Japanese Storm, from February 23 to 26, and towards Backyard Route Badgers, from March 2 to five.



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