Three Australian internationals have been reprimanded by the England and Wales Cricket Board for breaching ECB disciplinary rules.
Somerset pair Cameron White and Justin Langer have been cautioned over Level One breaches, which relate to abuses of the cricket ground, equipment or fixtures/fittings.
All-rounder White's offence was reported by umpires Richard Illingworth and Roy Palmer during in a Pro40 meeting with Derbyshire at Taunton on August 5.
And County captain Langer was reported by Neil Mallender and John Steele for his conduct during Somerset's LV County Championship match against Nottinghamshire on August 8-11.
A third Aussie star, Brad Hodge, who plays for Lancashire, was judged by umpires John Holder and George Sharp to have breached the code during his side's Roses victory over Yorkshire between August 9 and 12.
The reprimands will remain on all three players' records for two years. Any further Level One breach in that time will result in an automatic docking of three penalty points.