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11. CONSEQUENCES FOR TEAMS

1. SCOPE AND APPLICATION

2. ANTI-DOPING RULE VIOLATIONS

3. PROOF OF DOPING

4. THE PROHIBITED LIST

5. TESTING

6. ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES

7. RESULTS MANAGEMENT

8. RIGHT TO A FAIR HEARING

9. AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFICATION OF INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

10. SANCTIONS ON INDIVIDUALS

11. CONSEQUENCES FOR TEAMS

12. INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

13. APPEALS

14. PUBLIC DISCLOSURE AND CONFIDENTIALITY

15. RECOGNITION OF DECISIONS

16. STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

17. STATISTICAL REPORTING

18. AMENDMENT AND INTERPRETATION OF THE RULES

19. APPENDIX 1 - DEFINITIONS

20. APPENDIX 2 - THE PROHIBITED LIST

21. APPENDIX 3: SUMMARY OF MAJOR MODIFICATIONS AND EXPLANATORY NOTES

22. APPENDIX 4 – THE 2017 MONITORING PROGRAM

23. APPENDIX 5 – THE CRICKET TESTING PROTOCOLS

 

ARTICLE 11 CONSEQUENCES FOR TEAMS

11.1 Where, in any period of twelve months, more than one member of a team has been notified of a possible anti-doping rule violation under Article 7, the BCCI shall conduct appropriate Target Testing of Cricketers in that team.

11.2 Without limitation to Article 11.1, if more than two members of a team are found to have committed an anti-doping rule violation during a Match or Competition, this shall be treated as misconduct pursuant to the BCCI’s disciplinary rules for which an appropriate sanction shall be imposed on the team as may be considered appropriate having due regard to the circumstances of such anti-doping rule violations (e.g., loss of points, Disqualification from the Match or Competition, or other sanction). For the avoidance of doubt, such sanction shall be in addition to any Consequences imposed upon the individual Cricketer(s) committing the anti-doping rule violation.