Two-game ban for Wheater
Hampshire's Adam Wheater has been hit with a two-match suspension under the England and Wales Cricket Board's disciplinary code.
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Wicketkeeper Wheater, the first player this year to be banned, will now miss Hampshire's Royal London One-Day Cup matches against Northamptonshire on Friday and Worcestershire on Monday, both at the Ageas Bowl.
It was during Hampshire's One-Day Cup defeat to Leicestershire on Wednesday that Wheater committed a level-two breach of the rules by showing serious dissent against an umpire's decision by word or action.
Wheater had previously received a reprimand and three penalty points following two level-one breaches in August last year.
With the penalty for a subsequent level-two breach within 24 months being six penalty points, hitting nine in total has triggered the automatic ban.
Medium-pacer Matt Coles, meanwhile, has been reprimanded for a level-one breach, abuse of the cricket ground, equipment or fixtures/fittings, during the same game.