Bangladeshi cricketer Sujon Mahmud has been banned for five years after recording some of the worst bowling figures in history.
Mahmud was playing for Lalmatia Club in a Dhaka Second Division League match when he recorded 0-92 from just four legitimate deliveries.
Mahmud deliberately bowled wides and no-balls to protest umpiring decisions.
He notched 13 wides which all went to the boundary (65 runs) and three no-balls which also went for four (15 runs).
The club has been banned indefinitely from competing.
"We have found in our investigations that the bowlers bowled wides and no-balls deliberately to damage the image of our cricket," disciplinary committee chief Sheikh Sohel said.
"In neither case would a win or loss have mattered for the promotion or relegation of their respective clubs."
Lalmatia general secretary Adnan Dipon described the bowling as a stand against 'injustice'.
"It started at the toss. My captain was not allowed to see the coin and we were sent to bat first and as expected, the umpires' decisions came against us," Dipon said.
"My players are young, aged around 17, 18 and 19. They could not tolerate the injustice and thus reacted by giving away 92 runs in four deliveries."