ICC initiates investigations in SL into “alleged corruption in the sport”

ICC initiates investigations in SL into “alleged corruption in the sport”

ICC initiates investigations in SL into “alleged corruption in the sport”

Written by Keshala Dias

24 Sep, 2017 | 7:55 am

The International Cricket Council has confirmed that it has initiated investigations in Sri Lanka into alleged corruption in the sport.

Issuing a media release, the General Maanger of the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit, Alex Marshall, said that its officers recently visited the country.

Marshall said the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) works to upold the integrity in cricket, and this includes conducting investigations, where there is reasonable grounds to do so.

He confirmed that an ICC ACU investigation is underway in Sri Lanka, and discussions are being held with a number of people in this regard.

Marshall declined to comment on the matter further, but invited any person with information that would assist the ACU to get in touch with the ICC.

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