July 16, 2001

Hampshire suspend Zac Morris following drinking incident


Hampshire have suspended Zac Morris for three games after he pleaded guilty to a drunk and disorderly charge.

The left-arm bowler, a former England U19 player, was arrested by police after being spotted urinating on a roundabout in Southampton. He was fined £120 and £55 costs.

"We have warned him about the future and told him his behaviour must improve," Tim Tremlett, Hampshire's director of cricket, said. "We told all the players at the start of the season that such incidents will not be tolerated."