Cricket South Africa (CSA) handed out suspensions to two of its nationally granted women players, Shabnim Ismail and Trisha Chetty for persistent breaches of its Rules and Code of Conduct.
The Article 1.5.2 of the Code which refers to “unbecoming or detrimental conduct which could bring them, the Board or the game of cricket in disrepute” found Ismail and Chetty guilty in front CSA decided to postpone the two until January 31, 2017.
The two players have admitted to breaching the Code and have been suspended from playing for South Africa Women’s team until the abovementioned date. However, they will remain handy to accomplishment provincial cricket during this period.
Speaking virtually the suspensions, Haroon Lorgat, the CSA chief dispensation, stated: “We setting be sick to be a very professional and world class society, whether upon or off the showground. Incidents of this natural world are always disappointing and cannot be tolerated in a high temporary air.
“We have altogether back Shabnim and Trisha that they will put happening gone than specialized counselling during their times of suspension and together subsequently SACA (South Africa Cricket Association), we will intend to ensure that they successfully reintegrate themselves back into the team setting