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KKR youngster Ramandeep Singh fined for breaching IPL Code of Conduct

KKR youngster Ramandeep Singh fined for breaching IPL Code of Conduct

Under Article 2.20 of the IPL Code of Conduct, the 27-year-old committed a Level 1 offence, which he acknowledged and accepted the Match Referee's punishment for.

For breaking the IPL Code of Conduct during their match against the Mumbai Indians at Eden Gardens, young Ramandeep Singh of the Kolkata Knight Riders was fined twenty percent of his match fees.

Ramandeep Singh commits Level 1 offence

Under Article 2.20 of the IPL Code of Conduct, the 27-year-old committed a Level 1 offence, which he acknowledged and accepted the Match Referee’s punishment for. The Match Referee’s ruling is conclusive and legally enforceable for Level 1 violations of the Code of Conduct.

What is Article 2.20?

As per the IPL Code of Conduct, Article 2.20 encompasses any behavior that deviates from the standard cricketing course, including but not limited to hitting or kicking wickets, as well as any intentional actions. e. intentionally), carelessly, or negligently (in any scenario, even if unintentional) causes harm to the windows, dressing room doors, boundary fences, advertising boards, mirrors, and other fixtures and fittings.

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This offense can be committed, for instance, if a player, in a fit of rage, swings his or her bat forcefully and damages an advertising board. Another similar offence could lead to Ramandeep being suspended for a match.

KKR defeated Mumbai Indians by 18 runs in the rain-shortened game, and they became the first team to guarantee a playoff berth this year.

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