Wade was been suspended for one domestic one-day clash after breaking a change room window.
Biggest AFL trades: We rate the five biggest moves of the AFL trade and free agency period
Ryder Port Adelaide: The Bombers ruckman finally joins the Power after protracted negotiations
Giles Essendon: GWS ruckman joins Bombers as the club prepares for life without Paddy Ryder
Victoria batsman Matthew Wade has been suspended for Friday’s one-day match against New South Wales after breaking a change room window following his dismissal against Queensland on Tuesday.
An angry Wade threw a water bottle at an esky, with the bottle bouncing into a window and breaking it.
Wade has been handed a one-match ban and docked 50 per cent match of his match payment.
“An incident was brought to our attention following the match and we duly lodged a report with Cricket Australia once we were satisfied a level one offence was justified,” Cricket Victoria chief executive Tony Dodemaide said in a statement.
“Player behaviour standards are paramount, and the role of captain in setting the right example is especially important.
“We accept this penalty decision as the right course of action.
“Whilst this incident is disappointing, we are confident Matthew will learn from it and become a better cricketer and leader.
“We remain convinced he has a great future in front of him for Victoria and Australia.”
Wade has also agreed to pay for the repair of the broken window.