Published on 11 Dec 2012 | over 4 years ago
Chris Adams throws the toys out of his cot, Sunil Gavaskar style, lol, Op, op op op oppan Gavaskar style. Heyyyyyy, sexy lady, op, op op op oppan Gavaskar style.
Adams, meanwhile, has refused to accept a fine, believed to be
-L750, imposed by Derbyshire for his prolonged show of dissent
to- wards umpire Vanburn Holder on the second day. Holder up-
held appeals for lbw when Adams appeared to clip a ball from
Warne off the middle of the bat.
Adams has exercised his right to a hearing by the England and
Wales Cricket Board`s disciplinary sub-committee.
Derbyshire chairman Mike Horton said: "I am disappointed that he
has chosen this course of action and more disappointed that after
apologising to the Australians and the umpire, he has not seen
fit to do likewise to Derbyshire or to our supporters."
Adams successfully overturned a fine of L1,000 imposed by Der-
byshire last winter after criticisms he made when he repeated
his request for release from the last two years of his five-
The fine was instead suspended on that occasion but it is hard to
imagine Lord`s doing anything but endorsing Derbyshire`s deci-
sion in this case and it is within their powers to increase the
punishment to a maximum of -L2,000 in fines and a five-day sus-