Players questioned by judiciary

BUNDABERG Cricket Association remains tight-lipped about the situation that landed the entire Bundaberg representative team in front of a judiciary last night.

Players that attended the team’s Goodchild Shield match in Kingaroy a fortnight ago were called to give evidence in front of a judiciary.

Players were asked to give evidence about what happened on the bus trip home.

But none of the players were charged after the meeting and Bundaberg Cricket Association is refusing to release details about the investigation to the media.

NewsMail believes the investigation surrounds the actions of the players on a team bus, which was also carrying officials and some family members.

It is unknown which players are directly involved in the investigation.

But all players who were on the bus were told earlier in the week that they would have to front the judiciary.

Players met the judiciary individually, starting at 6pm.

The hearing ended at about 7.45pm, but no decision was handed down last night.

Players were told they would be contacted if any further action was to be taken.



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