WI vs NZ: West Indies fined for maintaining late overshoot in 3rd ODI 

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WI vs NZ:The West Indies were fined 40% of the match fee for winning his third ODI with five wickets in his third and final ODI on Sunday 21 

New Zealand and the West Indies His three-game winning streak against the Islands has come to an end. 

The sanction was imposed by  Emirates ICC Elite Panel of Match Referee Richie Richardson after the West Indies  ruled him out by two overs due to time constraints. 

Pursuant to Section 2.22 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Players’ Staff, if a team fails to pitch within the allotted time, the player will be fined 20% of his game fee. 


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West Indies also lose him two valuable points on the World Super League table:

WI vs NZ: West Indies fined for maintaining late overshoot in 3rd ODI 
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West Indies also lose him two valuable points on the World Super League table Further, pursuant to Article 16.12.2 of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Super League Terms of Play, a team shall be penalized one point for each over not completed. 

As a result, the West Indies lost two points from their Super League points total. 

Poulin pleaded guilty and accepted the proposed sentence, removing the need for a formal hearing. 

The charges were taken by field umpires Joel Wilson and Leslie Leifer.

As well as third umpire Gregory Brathwaite and fourth umpire Nigel Duguid. 

New Zealand won a bilateral series for the first time in her 37 years in the Caribbean. The Windies will be devastated. 

They scored well on the board but were easily beaten by the Kiwis. 

Wet balls and conditions didn’t help, but neither did the hosts’ weak lineup. 

In response, New Zealand let most people shoot the bat. New Zealand scored 10 points in this game.


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