The West Indies were fined 60 per cent of their match fees on Tuesday and penalized six points from the ICC World Test Championship for maintaining a slow rate over South Africa in the second test in Saint Lucia.
ICC referee Richie Richardson imposed the sanction after the hosts were sentenced to three extra steps from the goal, after taking into account the time allowances.
“In accordance with Article 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Staff, which deals with minimum overruns, players are fined 20 per cent of the match fees for each of their countries who do not bow to the designated area. time, “a statement from the ICC said.
“In addition, according to Article 16.11.2 of the ICC World Test Championship Game Conditions, a party shall be penalized with two points for each short period.
Therefore, six points from the World Test Championship are deducted from the total number of points in the West Indies. “
The sanctions were imposed after West Indies captain Bratwaite pleaded guilty to the crime and accepted the sentence, which resulted in no formal hearing.
Field judges Joel Wilson and Gregory Bratwight, third judge Leslie Rifer and fourth judge Nigel Duggy leveled the charge. South Africa won the game with 158 tracks on Monday to whiten the West Indies in a duel series of tests.
Earlier, visitors won the first test with inning and 63 tracks.