Mooney fined for swearing during Ireland cricket win

All-rounders John Mooney and Darren Sammy both admitted Level 1 offences for swearing audibly during Ireland’s World Cup win over West Indies in Nelson on Monday, and were fined 30% of their match fees.

Mooney fined for swearing during Ireland cricket win

All-rounders John Mooney and Darren Sammy both admitted Level 1 offences for swearing audibly during Ireland’s World Cup win over West Indies in Nelson on Monday, and were fined 30% of their match fees.

Mooney lost his temper when a catch was put down by one of his Irish team-mates, and former Windies captain Sammy voiced his irritation while batting.

Both players accepted the sanction. All Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty of an official reprimand and a maximum penalty of a 50% match fee.

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