Kent batsman Jordan Cox has apologised immediately after a breach of the club’s Covid-19 protocols dominated him out of their Bob Willis Trophy fixture with Middlesex.
The 19-yr-old broke quite a few Kent documents on Monday with an unbeaten innings of 238 in a gain in excess of Sussex.
But immediately after the gain he agreed to pose for a photograph with youthful supporters, breaching social distancing guidelines in the procedure.
“I entirely comprehend the implications, and I want to apologise to every person,” explained Cox who ought to now self-isolate.
“I am gutted to be lacking the following match and come to feel like I have enable the group down.
“I am extremely sorry that this has happened.”
Kent director of cricket Paul Downton explained Cox’s breach was “unfortunate” and stated the participant experienced “no option but to go into self-isolation.”
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Cox hit 47 fours and a few sixes in his 570-ball stay in opposition to Sussex.
Kent’s Bob Willis Trophy South Group fixture towards Middlesex begins on Saturday.