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Jesse Ryder has been cited for dissent after scoring two centuries in his first-class comeback match

Jesse Ryder: Cited for showing dissent

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New Zealand international Jesse Ryder will have to answer charges of a code of conduct violation after scoring centuries in each innings of his first-class comeback match.

The left-hander has been cited for showing dissent after seeing his appeal for an lbw decision turned down during the second innings of the contest between Wellington and Central Districts.

With the bat Ryder scored 117 not out and then 174 to help guide Wellington to victory in his first domestic outing since February.

The 28-year-old took a seven-month break from the game after being disciplined by New Zealand Cricket chiefs for breaking team rules following a one-day international against South Africa.

Ryder does not currently have a contract with New Zealand Cricket but is contracted to Wellington.