www.islandstats.com can confirm that Deunte Darrell has been suspended for the next two Bermuda matches of the Men’s World Cup Challenge League B Series against Jersey and Italy in the United Arab Emirates.
During Bermuda’s match against Kenya on Sunday Darrell was found to have “used an audible obscenity” following his dismissal.
Darrell admitted the offence and accepted the sanction of the warning and one demerit point proposed by match referee Manu Nayar, the point took his record to four points.
Darrell already had three demerit points against his name for an incident in the Men’s Twenty20 World Cup Qualifiers two months ago.
Under International Cricket Council regulations a player receives four or more Demerit Points, they are converted into suspension points for sanctioning purposes.
During the Twenty20 Tournament, Darrell was reported by on-field umpires Vinod Badu and Tabarak Dar and Anatha Rajamani the third umpire.