World Cup-winning opening batter Jason Roy has been handed a suspended two-match England ban following a Cricket Self-discipline Fee listening to.
In line with the England and Wales Cricket Board, Roy admitted a cost of “conducting himself in a fashion which can be prejudicial to the pursuits of cricket or which can convey the sport of cricket, the ECB and himself into disrepute”.
The main points of the breach of ECB directive 3.3 haven’t initially been disclosed by the governing physique however the 31-year-old has additionally been hit with a high quality of £2,500 to be paid by the top of this month.
Roy is “suspended from the following two England matches for which he’s eligible for choice, however that such suspension be suspended for 12 months depending on good behaviour”.
Roy has been an instrumental determine in England’s limited-overs sides lately and performed a key position in serving to them to their maiden 50-over World Cup success in 2019.
Roy, who is predicted to be in England’s T20 World Cup aspect in Australia later this yr, lately introduced he was taking a “brief indefinite break” from cricket after withdrawing from the upcoming Indian Premier League, the place he was as a result of signify Gujarat Titans, citing bubble fatigue.