1. Umpire Lockyer advised that D.Bandy had approached him in an aggressive manner and demanded to know why he had not given the batsman out. Mr Bandy conceded he had approached the umpire in a manner that could be construed as aggressive, but felt he had the right as the captain to question the umpire on his decision.
2. Umpire Lockyer advised he had attended the CBC change rooms to get Mr Bandy to sign the Prescribed Penalty form. Umpire Leighton accompanied Lockyer to the change rooms also. Mr Bandy suggested they move outside to discuss the matter. He then asked Lockyer if he actually intended to "put him in the book". Lockyer indicated that was his intention. Mr Bandy then intimated to Lockyer that his bad decision had put his team's season in jeopardy in a tone and manner that Lockyer found uncomfortable. It was then that Lockyer indicated to Bandy that he was withdrawing the Prescribe Penalty and reporting him directly to the Tribunal for abusive behaviour. Mr Leighton confirmed the comments that Bandy had made.