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Colin's Sudbury Cricket Column, The Penultimate Lap
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Colin's Sudbury Cricket Column, The Penultimate Lap

Colin himself Colin's Column Week 21 The Penultimate Lap So after a couple of weeks sunning myself in Italy, I return to find the 2014 cricket season drawing to an anything other than quiet close. My last column rightly lauded England's test ... AboutMyArea, 1 month ago
NDTV

Cairns lawyer seeks to prosecute Vincent for fixing

London: Former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns lawyers want the British lawyers to prosecute his former teammate Lou Vincent for match fixing. Cairns lawyer Rhory Robertson said in a statement that Vincent's activities were referred to ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago Cairns' lawyer wants British police to try Vincent  ProKerala.com1 month ago Chris Cairns' lawyer wants British police to try Vincent  NewKerala.com1 month ago
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Cricket: Tuffey still in the dark about betting investigation

Daryl Tuffey claims the Met Police have not talked to him as part of their investigation into match-fixing. Photo / Ross Setford. Daryl Tuffey claims the Met Police have not talked to him as part of their investigation into match-fixing. The ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago
Ani News

Cairns' lawyers question why Vincent has not been criminally prosecuted for matchfixing

Sep 4, 1:42 pm Wellington, Sep 04 ( ANI ): Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns ' lawyers in Britain have gone on the offensive and questioned why disgraced cricketer Lou Vincent has not been criminally prosecuted for his ...
 Ani News1 month ago Cairns lawyers question why Vincent has not been criminally prosecuted for matchfixing  TruthDive1 month ago
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Sunday Star-Times

Call to charge Lou Vincent

"It is said that Lou Vincent has estimated his earnings from cheating [his actions] at around £150,000. He has admitted to match fixing for a period spanning six years. In 2011 international cricketers Butt, Amir and Asif were convicted of ...
 Sunday Star-Times1 month ago Call to charge Vincent  Stuff.co.nz1 month ago Chris Cairns' lawyers want Vincent charged  Dominion Post1 month ago Cairns' lawyers go on front foot  Stuff.co.nz1 month ago
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Cairns' lawyers call for Vincent charge

Former Black Cap player Lou Vincent has admitted to match-fixing. Photo / Brett Phibbs British lawyers acting for Chris Cairns have reported Lou Vincent to the Metropolitan Police in a bid to have him prosecuted for match fixing. Detectives ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago Cairns' lawyers call for Vincent to face criminal charges  New Zealand Herald1 month ago

Cardiff intercepts bookmaking scam

LONDON- In a move that will reawaken fears about the relationship between gambling and cricket, it has emerged that a spectator was ejected from the second ODI between England and India in Cardiff for allegedly relaying information to bookmakers in ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
Jagran Post

Kaneria loses final legal challenge against life ban

Judge Stanley Burton, sitting in England's Court of Appeal, said an application by Kaneria to appeal against a life ban imposed by the ECB in June 2012, was "totally without merit". Burton also decided Kaneria could not request the decision to be reconsidered ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Kaneria refused final appeal against life ban  Rediff.com2 months ago
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