A Club cricketer has been passed a twenty weeks of suspension for involving in a ridiculous fighting in box.
Northop bowler Jordan Evans has made a bodily altercation with St. Asaph batsman Mathew Ryan inflicting him closely penalized afterwards.
Northop have additionally gained a 30-point deduction, 15 of which might be suspended, because of the incident. The penalty will come into impact firstly of the 2019 marketing campaign.
Northop captain Mark Poynton used to be additionally punished via the league, with the skipper being passed a two-match ban.
An eye witness mentioned, “It was certainly cricket with a difference. I’ve never seen anything like it. The crowd were amazed.”
The North West Cricket League Chairman Bob Sugden expressed sadness, mentioned, “It is at all times disappointing when one thing like this occurs. There is not any position for it on a cricket box and I am hoping other people be informed that such conduct is unacceptable.”
Gareth Ryan, chairman of St Asaph, mentioned, “St Asaph Cricket Club’s main concern is to restore a relationship with Northop. We want to re-establish the good relationship we had with Northop a few years ago and to make sure that there is no animosity between the two clubs moving forward.”