Wellington, Apr 2 (ANI): Troubled New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder had a heated exchange with Firebirds teammate Harry Boam during a club match.
Ryder had an argument with Boam on Saturday and the pair had to be separated by umpire Stu Bullen after Boam made a comment that Ryder took exception to.
Boam allegedly criticised Ryder for being available for club duty despite not wanting to appear for Wellington in recent weeks.
Bullen said he had to physically restrain Ryder "because he was getting quite aggressive."
The altercation is expected to feature prominently in Bullen's match report, which will be submitted to Cricket Wellington on Monday, Stuff.co.nz reports.
From there, it will be up to CW to decide if the matter warrants a code of conduct hearing.
Ryder's manager, Aaron Klee, said he was unconcerned.
Boam reportedly apologised to Ryder shortly after their coming together and was reluctant to discuss the situation. (ANI)
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