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Sport Pattinson ineligible for first Test after deciding not to contest code of conduct charge

02:25  17 november  2019
02:25  17 november  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

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James Pattinson could be ruled out of first Test contention after a reported code of conduct breach stemming from Victoria’s Sheffield Shield loss to Queensland. James Pattinson may be banned for first Test after alleged slur in Sheffield Shield game.

James Pattinson has been charged by Cricket Australia over an alleged code of conduct breach. © Daniel Pockett/Getty Images James Pattinson has been charged by Cricket Australia over an alleged code of conduct breach. James Pattinson will not fight a charge of using abusive language in a Sheffield Shield match and will be ineligible for selection in the first Test against Pakistan this week.

Pattinson has been charged by Cricket Australia over an alleged code of conduct breach during Victoria's Sheffield Shield loss to Queensland last week.

A source close to the situation said umpire John Ward had reported the Victorian firebrand for abusive language during the match at the MCG.

CA were yet to release details of the charge, however the paceman faces a ban for any guilty verdict as he has two prior code of conduct convictions from matches inside the last two years.

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Rabada had contested the level two charge that was brought against him after the first day's play in Port Elizabeth, where he claimed 11 wickets in the second Test to help South That loophole creates a chance - albeit a small one - for Rabada to play in the third Test of a highly-competitive series.

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a cricket player during a game: James Pattinson (right) celebrates a wicket at the MCG last week © Getty Images James Pattinson (right) celebrates a wicket at the MCG last week Pattinson wasn't expecting to play the first Test at the Gabba anyway, which influenced his decision not to contest the charge.

He had said last Thursday that he expected Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood to take the three frontline quick spots in the XI for the first Test.

Pattinson has a reputation for being a fiery customer on the field. He was seen talking to a match official in the bowels of the MCG after day two of the match, a day in which he was visibly aggrieved at several decisions that went against him. Umpire Ward was a central figure in most of the incidents.

Pattinson's situation follows a fine dished out to Steve Smith last week for showing dissent towards umpires during NSW's Shield match against Western Australia.

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  'He'll come back better': Matthew Wade comments on James Pattinson's suspension It'll be a tough battle to get back in the team but his good mate is expecting him to bounce back.Pattinson was ruled out of the first Test against Pakistan after he made an alleged homophobic comment during Victoria's Sheffield Shield game against Queensland.

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Alan Jones defends cricketer who was banned for sledging an opponent with an alleged homophobic slur calling him a 'really good bloke' .
Fast bowler James Pattinson, 29, was reported by umpires for the alleged homophobic slur against Bulls paceman Cameron Gannon while fielding for Victoria. The 29-year-old said the comment was made in the 'heat of the moment' and he was handed a one-match suspension by Cricket Australia. He will miss Australia's opening Test against Pakistan on Thursday.Alan Jones defended Pattinson during an interview with Australian coach Justin Langer on 2GB on Tuesday, calling him a 'really good bloke'.

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