Cricket Australia (CA) has confirmed James Pattinson will miss Victoria’s one day fixture against NSW, after the ex-Test quick threw a ball that struck opener Daniel Hughes during the Sheffield Shield on Monday.
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CA has found Victoria player James Pattinson guilty of a Level 2 offence under the Cricket Australia Code of Conduct. Pattinson was charged and found guilty under Article 2.7 of the Code for throwing a ball at or near a player in an inappropriate and/or dangerous manner during a match.
"Pattinson was fined 100 per cent of his match fee for the Marsh Sheffield Shield match between Victoria and New South Wales held on November 5-8, 2021," read an official statement.
Pattinson has the right to appeal the decision.
Earlier this year, Pattinson announced his decision to retire from international cricket.
The right-armer played 21 Test Matches, 15 One-Day Internationals and four T20 Internationals for Australia.
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