New Zealand allrounder Jacob Oram has been fined for showing dissent during the second cricket Test against England at the Basin Reserve.
He will lose 20 percent of his match fee after being found guilty of breaching the International Cricket Council's (ICC) code of conduct.
Oram was cited by on-field umpires Rudi Koertzen and Steve Davis Oram after being adjudged leg before wicket to fast bowler Ryan Sidebottom.
The ICC said in a statement Sunday that after Davis raised his finger, Oram "openly showed dissent at the decision by looking at the bat first and then followed it up by a punch on the bat".
The Test resumes Sunday with England on 277 for nine in their second innings -- an overall lead of 421 with two days remaining in the match.