Essex captain Ryan ten Doeschate will miss the Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-final with Yorkshire after being given a two-match suspension, having been found to have committed repeated disciplinary breaches.

The England and Wales Cricket Board said Ten Doeschate committed a Level One breach of its fixed penalty directives during the Specsavers County Championship match against Lancashire that concluded on Monday.

It said the breach related to "wilfully mistreating any part of the cricket ground, equipment or implements used in the match, and using language that in the circumstances, is obscene, offensive or insulting".

It added that with Ten Doeschate having committed previous breaches during the past 24 months, he was being given three penalty points on this occasion, taking him to nine, the threshold for an automatic suspension.

The Dutchman will miss Thursday's clash against Yorkshire, plus either the semi-final on Monday if Essex qualify for it, or the County Championship match against Nottinghamshire that starts next Wednesday.

The ECB also announced Kent's Imran Qayyum and Matt Henry had been reprimanded for Level 1 breaches during the One-Day Cup clash with Essex last week.

Qayyum's reprimand regarded "showing dissent at an umpire's decision by word or action", while Henry's related to "bowling a dangerous or unfair short pitched delivery and/or accidental non-pitching delivery that results in the bowler being disallowed from bowling any further in that innings".