Brisbane Heat batsman Chris Lynn has been reprimanded by Cricket Australia for a code of conduct breach while veteran Melbourne Renegades spinner Brad Hogg has beaten a similar charge.
Lynn, Hogg and Perth Scorchers WBBL batter Nicole Bolton were all charged by the governing body for level one offences under the code of conduct, Cricket Australia announced on Tuesday.
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While Lynn and Bolton both accepted their charges, Hogg was cleared of giving Perth's David Willey a send off during their Big Bash League clash last week.
Lynn was fuming. Image: Getty
After Willey was bowled by Hogg for 31, Hogg seemingly gestured towards the pavilion and was reported by the match officials.
However he denied the charge and was exonerated at a hearing convened by match referee Bob Stratford.
Both Lynn and Bolton accepted reprimands for their offences.
Lynn was found guilty for his reaction after being controversially dismissed in his side's loss to the Adelaide Strikers on New Year's Eve.
The big-hitting Queenslander was caught behind for a duck off Rashid Khan however replays showed he did not make contact with the ball and the umpire was fooled when his bat clipped the ground.
He was charged with "abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures and fittings during a match".
Bolton was found guilty of showing dissent at an umpire's decision after being given out against the Sydney Sixers last week.