Wade cops big fine after Big Bash final

Former Test wicketkeeper Matthew Wade has been fined $6000 for poor conduct during Hobart's BBL final loss to Adelaide Strikers.

Wade cops big fine after Big Bash final

Wade cops big fine after Big Bash final

Cricket Australia fined Wade after he was run out for a diamond duck on Sunday and smashed his bat in frustration against the seat.

Wade was the star in the Hurricanes' semi-final win over Perth Scorchers but was relegated to No.6 in the batting line-up for the final with the return of opener D'Arcy Short.

He lost the gloves to current Test keeper Tim Paine a game earlier after keeping the entire home and away season.

Wade was fuming. Image: Getty

This was the 30-year-old's second level 1 offence this year, after getting in the face of dismissed Sydney Thunder batsman Jos Buttler on New Year's Day.

Should he be found guilty of another low-level offence before July 2019, he faces a ban of up to eight matches.

Sydney Sixers keeper Alyssa Healy also caught the attention of umpires during a dismissal on Sunday but escaped with a reprimand.

Healy stumped a diving Elyse Villani before clapping her gloves near the head of the Perth Scorchers captain - a level-two offence deemed "contrary to the spirit of the game".

Unlike Wade, Healy didn't contest the offence.

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