SRH Vs RR, IPL 2024: BCCI Fines Shimron Hetmyer During Qualifier 2

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SRH Vs RR, IPL 2024, a 10% punishment was imposed on Rajasthan Royals player Shimron Hetmyer for breaking the IPL Code of Conduct during a game against Sunrisers Hyderabad.

SRH Vs RR, IPL 2024: BCCI Fines Shimron Hetmyer During Qualifier 2
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In the IPL 2024 Qualifier 2 match at Chennai’s Chidambaram Stadium on Friday, Sunrisers Hyderabad left-arm spinner Abhishek Sharma dismissed Rajasthan Royals batsman Shimron Hetmyer for smashing the wickets. The BCCI then fined Hetmyer. In line with the IPL Code of Conduct, Hetmyer was found guilty of a Level 1 offense. After admitting to the offense, he was penalized 10% of his match costs.

“In the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 Qualifier 2 match between the Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on May 24, Shimron Hetmyer of the Rajasthan Royals was fined ten percent of his match costs for violating the IPL Code of Conduct.” BCCI said.

Javagal Srinath, a former Indian pacer who refereed the second qualifier, handed down the punishment. “According to IPL Code of Conduct Article 2.2, Hetmyer committed a Level 1 offense. He acknowledged the offense and consented to the match referee’s punishment. The judgment made by the match referee is final and enforceable for Level 1 violations of the Code of Conduct.” BCCI said.

As usual, BCCI did not go into specifics about the event that caused the breach, although it was most likely brought about by Hetmyer’s anger following his dismissal. That was in the 14th over of RR’s chase. Abhishek Sharma and Shahbaz Ahmed, the left-arm spinners for the SRH, were limiting the RR hitters. The champion’s last hope in the first edition was Hetmyer.

In the fourth ball of the over, Abhishek changed his length and delivered it flat. The ball vanished off the field with a zing. Hetmyer was unable to determine how fast the ball was moving. The batsman from the West Indies dropped his bat far too late. His difficult stay in the middle came to an end as the ball cannoned into his off stump.

Hetmyer was depressed. After scoring four runs off ten balls, he attempted to smash the wickets with his bat before making the difficult walk back to the pavilion.

That wicket decided the game for RR. Even with an incredible effort by Dhruv Jurel, they were defeated by 36 runs, and SRH moved to the final.

SRH jams RR with spinners

  • Sent into bat, SRH amassed 175 for 9 because of contributions from Travis Head (34 balls) and Rahul Tripathi (37), as well as Heinrich Klaasen’s 34-ball, 50.
  • The majority of the scoring was contributed by Yashasvi Jaiswal (42) and Dhruv Jurel (56 not out) as RR only managed 139 for 7 in 20 overs in response.

  • Before it, when RR won the toss and chose to bowl, Sandeep Sharma (2/25), Trent Boult (3/45), and Avesh Khan (3/27) got 3 wickets respectively.
  • For the SRH, Pat Cummins (1/30) and T Natarajan (1/13) each claimed 1 wicket, while Shahbaz Ahmed (3/23) and Abhishek Sharma (2/24) split five wickets.
  • In brief, Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 175 for 9 in 20 overs, with Trent Boult getting 3/5 and Avesh Khan getting 3/27. Heinrich Klaasen contributed 50.

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