- Eight-match ban includes three served and five suspended
- ‘I fully accept the CDC’s decision … I am incredibly ashamed’
Ollie Robinson is free to resume his England career after receiving an eight-match ban – three of which have been served, five of which are suspended – for the offensive tweets that emerged during his Test debut last month.
The Sussex fast bowler accepted two charges from the cricket discipline commission (CDC) relating to the social media posts written between 2012 and 2014 and, on top of his ban, will pay a £3,200 fine and undergo training from the Professional Cricketers’ Association.
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