The anti-doping disciplinary hearing for Jamaica and West Indies opening batsman John Campbell has again been pushed back by another 15 days, until August 17 and 18.
Campbell is facing the possibility of a maximum four-year-ban for evading, refusing or failing to submit to sample collection.
Chairman of the three-member independent panel, Kent Gammon, confirmed that both Campbell's legal team and JADCO's attorney successfully argued for an adjournment in the matter at Tuesday's face to face sitting, which lasted just over an hour.
Campbell's team of Ayana Thomas and Mark-Paul Cowan previously argued for an adjournment on June 19 until August 2, to gather more evidence.
Campbell is alleged to have refused to provide a sample to JADCO's doping control officer on April 20.