Images have emerged of the incident that saw India A's Dhawal Kulkarni fined 25 per cent of his match fee in the Quadrangular One-Day Series final against Australia A on Sunday
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Cricket Australia announced on Monday that Kulkarni had been reported for breaching the International Cricket Council's Code of Conduct Article 2.1.7 - using language or gestures which disparage or which could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batsman upon his dismissal.
The offence occurred when Kulkarni had Australia A opener Kurtis Patterson caught at mid-wicket, with exclusive images taken by cricket.com.au in Mackay showing Kulkarni giving the batsman a send-off.
The fast-bowler accepted of a 25 per cent fine and no hearing was required.
The ICC Code of Conduct was utilised for the Quadrangular A series following agreement of all participating countries.
The tourists won the final by 57 runs, with Kulkarni - one of India A's best players throughout the tournament - finishing with 2-22 from seven overs.
The fast-bowler was one of five players charged with a Code of Conduct breach during the Quadrangular Series; India A skipper Manish Pandey, South Africa A pair Tabraiz Shamsi and Qaasim Adams as well as National Performance Squad batsmen Matthew Renshaw were all sanctioned during the tournament.
India A are currently in Brisbane where they will take on Australia A in two four-day matches at Allan Border Field, the first of which starts on Thursday.
Every ball of Australia A v India A can be live stream on cricket.com.au or via the CA Live App