Melbourne, Nov 26 (ANI): New Zealand opening batsman Jesse Ryder has been blasted by his neigbours for his wild party antics.
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has however distanced itself from anti-social allegations levelled against Jesse Ryder, saying a dispute between neighbours and the controversial batsman falls outside its jurisdiction.
"If it was a serious criminal matter there may be some implications but I don't really want to comment on it, Jesse's had enough airplay of late," NZC chief executive Justin Vaughan said.
Ryder was frontpage news again in New Zealand after his neighbours in Wellington complained he was hosting noisy parties where guests vomited and urinated on their property, the Daily Telegraph reports.
The report in The Dominion Post newspaper also said that neighbours were kept awake by partygoers doing burnouts on the street and festivities often continued from Thursday to Sunday.
Ryder is recovering from a groin injury with a view to returning to international duty when Bangladesh tour New Zealand in February.
Vaughan said NZC's prime concern was Ryder's treatment and recovery from his latest injury, which was apparently progressing well.
NZC fined Ryder an unspecified amount last month for verbally abusing team manager Dave Currie after being dismissed in the Champions Trophy match against Sri Lanka in South Africa in September. (ANI)