The chairman of the ACB, Alan Crompton, said that their action had been 'unacceptable, detrimental to the interests of Australian cricket and provided a totally inappropriate role model for young players. . . (They) have brought Australian cricket into disrepute.'Reuse content
SHANE WARNE and Merv Hughes, who were each fined 1,000 Rand ( pounds 193) by the match referee, Donald Carr, for 'sledging' during the first Test against South Africa which finished in Johannesburg on Tuesday, have been fined an additional Adollars 4,000 ( pounds 2,000) each by the Australian Cricket Board.