McCullum cleared of code breach

BLACKCAPS wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum has been found not guilty of breaching the ICC code of conduct during the fifth One-Day international against the West Indies.

Match referee Mike Proctor found McCullum not guilty of breaching clause 1 of the ICC code, which refers to conduct contrary to the spirit of the game after a report by match officials Darryl Harper, Tony Hill and Brent Bowden.

McCullum pleaded not guilty to holding up his right hand in a disrespectful manner as he was given out by Tony Hill.

The hearing in Auckland was attended by Proctor, ICC ACU representative John Rhodes, BLACKCAPS General Manager Lindsay Crocker, McCullum and the match officials.

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