Godleman, Meaker penalised
Billy Godleman and Stuart Meaker have been penalised under the ECB's disciplinary code.
Last Updated: 28/08/08 2:19pm
Billy Godleman and Stuart Meaker have been penalised under the England and Wales Cricket Board's disciplinary code.
Both players have been issued with three penalty points which will remain on their records for two years, with nine points resulting in an automatic playing ban.
Middlesex batsman Godleman was guilty of using language or gestures that are obscene or of a serious insulting nature to another player, umpire, referee, team official or spectator during a second XI fixture against Gloucestershire in July.
Surrey pacemen Meaker, meanwhile, was reported by umpires Michael Gough and Andy Bullock for bowling an accidental high full-pitched delivery that resulted in him being disallowed from bowling further in the innings against Yorkshire.