Michael Clarke reprimanded for showing dissent in Sheffield Shield

Michael Clarke was reprimanded for showing dissent at an umpire's decision against Tasmanian Tigers on Day 2.

updated: November 01, 2013 14:03 IST
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Sydney: Michael Clarke (file photo)Australia Test captain Michael Clarke has been reprimanded for showing dissent while playing for New South Wales in a domestic match, Cricket Australia said on Friday.

Clarke was reported by the umpires on Thursday for challenging an umpire's decision while captaining NSW in a Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania in Sydney.

CA said an undisclosed batsman was given the benefit of the doubt when a close-to-the-ground catch was claimed at gully and when the umpire gave a "not out" decision Clarke used the "T sign" or player decision review signal suggesting the decision should be reviewed by the third umpire.

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