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Dottin out

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Dottin out

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One of the most explosive bats in women’s cricket will be very quiet for the first quarter of the year.
Barbados and West Indies women’s cricket star Deandra Dottin has been suspended for behaviour detrimental to the regional game and the girls in maroon.
This follows an incident during last year’s Women’s Tri-Nation T20 Series in Barbados. Details of the incident have never been made public by the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).
She will miss the team’s important tour of New Zealand next month, and continuing into March.
News of the suspension was released by the WICB yesterday. The board also confirmed that after being found guilty, a contrite Dottin apologized for her actions.
The charge was that under rule No.6 of the WICB’s Code of Conduct, Dottin, 22, did “engage in behaviour unbecoming that could bring the game of cricket into disrepute or be harmful to the interests of cricket”. (BA)