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Round six and seven DRP findings
Multiple charges laid over Christmas series'
01/03/2019 12:23 AM ET
Robbie Glendinning (Perth Heat) - Photo SMPIMAGES.COM / ABL Media. Action from the Australian Baseball League (ABL) Round 9 clash between the Brisbane Bandits v Perth Heat at Holloway Field, Brisbane.
Robbie Glendinning (Perth Heat) - Photo SMPIMAGES.COM / ABL Media. Action from the Australian Baseball League (ABL) Round 9 clash between the Brisbane Bandits v Perth Heat at Holloway Field, Brisbane. (SMP Images / ABL Media)

Five total charges were laid during rounds six and seven of Brut Australian Baseball League action.

Perth's Robbie Glendinning was charged with medium level abuse towards or in relation to an umpire on 22 December against the Sydney Blue Sox. Glendinning plead guilty and was fined 50% of the weekend's match fees.

In round seven, Melbourne infielder DJ Burt and Canberra manager Keith Ward were both charged with low level abuse towards or in relation to an umpire, while Ward was also charged with deliberate time wasting. Burt plead guilty and was not fined, while Ward plead guilty and was fined $25. 

Brisbane pitching coach Jim Bennett was charged with high level abuse towards or in relation to an umpire on 30 December 2018. Bennett plead guilty, was fined 50% of his weekend match fees and will serve a one-game suspension in Brisbane's game against the Auckland Tuatara tonight.

Bite third base coach Michael Dunn was also charged with a medium level abuse towards or in relation to an umpire and has until Saturday morning to respond to the charges.

This story was not subject to the approval of the Australian Baseball League or its clubs.