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Disciplinary 2015 to 2017


Posted by Melvyn Bond on 10/06/2015 09:46


Disciplinary 2017

Dominic Fell of Darfield has been banned for 2 weeks from Friday 25th August with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months for his aggressive behaviour in their game against Whiston.

Will Hale has been handed a 2 week suspended ban for 12 months by his club Hallam for comments made regarding a decision made by the umpire while watching their second team game the previous Saturday, this to start on Friday 31st August 2017.

James Hobson of Treeton has been handed a 4 week suspended ban from 21st of July 2017, for behaviour not in The Spirit of the Game.

Adil Nasim of Oughtibridge has been given a 2 week ban for 2 years from 21st July 2017 this ban also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 2 years; this for threatening conduct towards an opposing player.

Jack Ramsey of Upper Haugh has been given a 2 week ban with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months from 21st of July 2017, this for dissent and foul and abusive language directed at the umpire.

Andrew Wood of Thorncliffe has been given a 2 week ban with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months from July the 21st 2017 for showing dissent towards an umpires decision and equipment abuse when leaving the field of play.

Sufyan Syed of Treeton has been banned for 2 weeks by the club for general bad behaviour,provocation of an opponent and not playing within the spirit of the game;this from Friday the 7th of July,this ban also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months and is for all cricket under the auspices of the ECB.

Adam Burgess of Aston Hall has been banned by the club for 2 weeks from Friday July 7th for disrespect shown to the umpire including foul and abusive language aimed at him,this also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months as per rule.

Lawrence Browes of Coal Aston has been handed a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months for disrespecting an umpire; the ban will start on Friday the23rd of June 2017

Andrew Joburns of Elsecar has been given a 2 week ban from Friday June 2nd until Friday June 16th for foul and abusive language directed at the umpire.  This ban also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months and is for all cricket under the auspices of the ECB.

Liam Hague of Worsbrough has been banned for 2 weeks from Friday June 2nd until Friday June 16th for equipment abuse.This ban also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months and is for all cricket under the auspices of the ECB.

Robert Newbould of Harley has been banned for 2 weeks from Friday June 2nd until Friday June 16th for foul and abusive language directed the umpire or the opposition,this ban also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months and is for all cricket under the auspices of the ECB.

Stewart Groves the Appeal Panel have decided on the following;  Your ban from the SYSCL will continue to the end of the 2017.  When and if you register with a SYSCL club in 2018 you will have to serve an 8 week ban from the start of the season, with a 16 week suspended ban for 3 years.  While serving the 8 week ban you must not play for any other club in any league.

If you play during this ban you will be banned for 5 years from the SYSCL.

 
Callum Honeyman of Elsecar has had a 2 week suspended ban for 12 months from 19th May 2017 for equipment Abuse.
 
Ian Norton of Barnsley has been given a 2 week ban by the club from 19th May 2017, this ban also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 4 weeks for foul and abusive language directed at the umpires.
 

Ross Diver of Kexboro has been given a 2 week ban from Friday May 12th,this comes with a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months as per rule.  This for bad language and disrespect of an umpire.

Haider Jahangir of Darfield has been given a suspended ban of 4 weeks for 2 years from May the 5th 2017 for disrespect of the umpire in their game on the 30thof April.

                                                                        

Mick Frith SYSCL

Disciplinary Chairman

Disciplinary 2016

 

James Ward of Doncaster Town has been banned for 4 weeks from the start of next season (2017) from all cricket under the auspices of the ECB this for comments made regarding our Chief Executive recently; this ban also carries a 8 week suspended ban for 2 years.

Tom Kaye of Sprotborough has been banned for 2 weeks from July 8th to July 22nd for abuse of equipment and not playing in the Spirit of the Game; this also carries a 4 week suspended ban for not playing in the Spirit of the Game.

A letter has been sent to Warmsworth and Sheffield Phoenix Utd regarding their behaviour in the August the 27th game as reported by umpires Fred Clarke and Richard Selkirk.

Dominic Mcgough has been banned for 4 weeks from Friday the 2nd of September, 2 weeks until the end of this season and 2 weeks at the startof next for verbal umpire abuse and comments regarding Kexborough club that do not comply with our Code of Conduct.

J Deakin of Dearne has been banned for 4 weeks from Friday 10th June to Friday 8th July for  making an offensive gesture whilst in an area of a lady and a 14 year old girl scorerr. This ban also carries a 8 week suspended ban for 12 months

A Barnsley junior has been handed a 2 week ban from Friday June 3rd to Friday June 13th for damage caused to Aston Halls changing room,he will also write a letter of apology to Aston and Barnsley will organise the repair.Thanks to Andy Froggatt for his help on this one.

Upper Haugh have received a 14 point suspended ban for 12 months for their part in the incidents reported by the umpires in their match with Woolley on May 21st.

Surfan Sayed of Rotherham Town has been banned for 2 weeks from 3rd to 17th June for playing for Osbaldick in the York senior leaguest registered for Rotherham Town, this also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months.

Will Smith of Dearne has been banned indefinitely by his club for equipment abuse during their game with Scholes on June the 4th.

 

Mick Frith SYSCL

Disciplinary Chairman.

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Disciplinary 2015

 

Ben Birtles and Lee Boulby of Treeton will be banned for 4 weeks from all cricket under the auspices of the ECB from the first Saturday of the 2016 season(date be confirmed),this ban also carries an 8 week suspended ban for 12 months as per rule. This for comments, bad language and attitude shown to umpires during the above mentioned game

 

Shumraiz Azam of Shiregreen has been banned for 2 weeks from Friday September 4th to Friday September 18th for foul and abusive language towards the umpire during their game with Millhouses the previous Saturday,this ban also carries a 4 week suspended sentence for 12 months.

I would like to thank Shiregreen for their prompt action to bring this to a conclusion

 

Nadeem Shah of Rotherham Town has been banned for 2 weeks with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months from midnight Friday 21st August to Friday 4th September from all cricket under the auspices of the ECB for damage done to Aston Halls changing Room.

 

Paul Williams of Dearne has been banned for 2 weeks with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months from midnight Friday August 21st to Friday September 4th from all cricket under the auspices of the ECB for foul and abusive language and verbal abuse directed at the umpire in last Saturdays game with Mexborough.

Andrew Clayton and Sam Shaw of Barnsley have been banned for 2 weeks with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months from August 14th to August 28th for bad language and verbal abuse of an umpire during their game with Millhouses Works, this for all cricket under the auspices of the ECB.

I would like to thank Barnsley for their swift action to bring this to a conclusion.

 

At a Disciplinary Hearing on the 22nd of July the following decisions were made,  

Ernie Heseltine 2 weeks ban with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months from Friday 24th July.

Callum Honeyman 4 weeks ban with 8 weeks suspended for 12 months from 24th July.

Steven Honeyman Snr 4 weeks ban with 8 weeks suspended for 12 months from 24th July.

Jason Woodward 4 weeks ban with 8 weeks suspended for 12 months from 24th July he also received a lifetime ban from holding any position in any club in SYSCL.

 

Ross Diver has been banned by his club Kexborough for two weeks from midnight Friday July 17th for abuse of equipment which was not in the Spirit of the Game,this also carries a four week suspended ban for twelve months; this applies to all cricket under the auspices of the ECB.  I would like to thank Kexborough for their prompt action to finalise this case.

 

Herbinder Singh Lali has been banned from all cricket under the auspices of the ECB for 2 weeks, from Friday July 3rd to Friday July 17th for his reluctance to leave the crease and then using foul and abusive language towards umpires and opponents during the game with Thorpe Hesley and HG on June 20th,this ban also carries a 4 week suspended ban for 12 months. I would like to thank Oughtibridge for their swift action for bringing this incident to a conclusion.

 

A Whiston player has been handed a 4 week suspended ban and the clubs 1st team have been given a 10 point suspended deduction  for 12 months from 8th June 2015, for bringing the league into disrepute.

 

Scott Foulds of Scholes CC has had his 8 week ban increased to an indefinate ban as he still has not followed the instruction from his club to write a letter of apology on June 6th.

To SYSCL officials and Scholes CC Committee members

A disciplinary panel consisting of David Smith (Club Chairman), Karl Ortton (Club Welfare Officer) and Ian Lewis (Club Secretary) met this evening to consider the incident in last Saturday's 1st XI game involving Scott Foulds.

Scott Foulds had declined to attend, having told me by text, "Just tell me how long I am banned for."

Evidence had been sought from Brian Hardeman (umpire), Ganesh (non-striking batsman at the time) and other Scholes players who witnessed the events.

Having reviewed the evidence the panel found that Scott Foulds's actions were disgraceful and totally unacceptable. The following sanctions were imposed:

  • In addition to being removed from the game on 6th June, a ban of 8 weeks from all cricket, effective immediately. The next game for which he will be eligible for selection is 8th August.
  • A letter of apology to be written by Scott Foulds to the umpire, this to be submitted to Scholes CC secretary by Friday 19th June.If there is a delay in submitting the letter, the ban will be extended by 1 week for each week of delay.
  • A suspended ban of 16 weeks, in addition to any other penalty, for any offense committed in the period up to the end of the 2016 season.

I would like to stress how seriously Scholes CC take this matter and if there is any repetition of this behaviour, Scott will almost certainly be expelled from the club in addition to the suspended ban detailed above.

Scott Foulds was informed of the decision at 8.00 p.m. this evening.

 

Joe Gott of Darfield has received a 2 week suspended ban for 12 months and Darfield a 14 point deduction also suspended for 12 months from Friday 5th June, this relating to events in their match with Conisbrough that was clearly not played in the Spirit of the Game desired by the league.

Oliver Jackson of Conisbrough has received a 2 week suspended ban for 12 months and Conisbrough a 14 point deduction also suspended for 12 months from Friday June 5th, this relating to events in their match with Darfield that was clearly not played in the spirit of the game desired by the league.

Andrew Ivill has been suspended for 2 weeks from Friday the 29th May with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months for bad language and dissent towards umpires.The ban will cover all cricket under the auspices of the ECB.

Steve Reynolds of Upper Haugh has been banned for 2 weeks with 4 weeks suspended for 12 months from Friday May 15th at 12 pm for dissent, bad language and having to be asked to leave the wicket when given out during the game with Wath on the 9th May.

The club were also given a 10 points suspended points deduction for 12 months for the disrespecting of umpires by players and a club official both during and after the match.

Liam Heathcote of Whitley Hall has been banned from all cricket for two weeks from Friday the fifteenth of May until Friday the twentyninth of May,under all auspices of the ECB.  This ban also carries a four week suspended ban for twelve months, for inapropriate comments on Social Media.  I would like to thank Whitley Hall for their swift and decisive action to close this case.

 

Mick Frith SYSCL

Disciplinary Chairman.