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Wisden Cricinfo staff
June 14, 2004
Jonathan Farrow and Mark Harrity, the two Worcestershire players, have been ticked off by the ECB after separate incidents during Worcestershire's second Xl game against Gloucestershire last week at Cheltenham.
Farrow, 20, and Harrity, 30 and from South Australia, were reported by Steve Garratt, on of the umpires, for the abuse of equipment and fittings. It is a Level One breach of the ECB's code, and the penalty points will remain on their books for a year.
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