Gloucestershire county cricketer George Hankins has been fined 600 pounds and restricted from driving for 22 months after he conceded to a beverage driving at the Staines Magistrates Court on Tuesday, July 21. On April 19, his vehicle had smashed in Portsmouth Road, a neighborhood of Cobham.
The episode occurred at around 8:45 pm and pictures from the scene indicated a lot of harm to three vehicles and flotsam and jetsam left dispersed over the region. Henceforth, for the knowledge about the equivalent, the 23-year-old needed to go to the court.
Hankins would likewise be paying a casualty overcharge of 60 pounds and another 85 pounds notwithstanding the fine. Gloucestershire likewise would lead "a full inward examination" after getting mindful of the occurrence.
As this is a police matter, the club will not be commenting further at present
Hankins made his introduction for Gloucestershire in the match against Durham MCCU at the County Ground in Bristol in 2016. In that game, he got out economically in the main innings, yet intrigued with a helpful 34 in the second. In the following year, the skilled youth forayed into One Day and T20 cricket too, playing against Kent and Sussex separately.
His last serious match was in the 2019 County Championship against Northamptonshire in Bristol back in September 2019. In 28 top notches, 15 List A matches, and seven T20s, he has scored 961, 535, and 17 runs separately. In red-ball cricket, he has one century and six half-hundreds of years with a top score of 116. Be that as it may, the normal of 22.34 hasn't helped his motivation using any means.
In List A cricket, Hankins midpoints 38.21 with five half-hundreds of years. His T20 profession never took off as his midpoints a negligible 5.66 in the arrangement. In any case, since he is just 23, he has gotten a lot of time to offer some kind of reparation in his vocation.