Down-time for Quinton de Kock Getty Images Quinton de Kock was found of guilty of a Level 1 breach of the ICC’s code of conduct in relation to bringing the game into disrepute. The South African wicketkeeper did not contest the charge but did try to the reduce the sanction against him. He was unsuccessful. At a hearing on Wednesday evening, match referee Jeff Crowe ruled that De Kock would lose 25% of his match fee and have one demerit point against his name. The incident over which de Kock was charged took place on the fourth day of the Durban Test, when the players left the field for tea. Broadcast footage, which was made public on Wednesday,…