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Andrew Jones charged with CA Code of Conduct Breach

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Cricket Australia (CA) announced that Cricket NSW CEO, Andrew Jones has been charged for breaching the CA Code of Conduct on 15 October 2017, in relation to a tweet he sent about the JLT One-Day Cup match featuring New South Wales and Victoria.

Jones was reported for breaching CA’s Code of Conduct Article Level 2.2.3 -  Public or media comment that is detrimental to the interests of cricket, irrespective of when or where such comment is made.

Any player support personnel is required to adhere to Cricket Australia’s Code of Conduct. This includes any person employed by, contracted to, representing or otherwise affiliated to CA or any State or Territory Association or BBL/WBBL Team.

The proposed sanction was a reprimand and fine of $3,000, fully suspended, subject to Jones not being found guilty of any further breach of the Cricket Australia Code of Conduct for a period of 24 months from 18 October 2017.

Jones admitted the offence and accepted the proposed sanction and no hearing was required.