Black Caps Cricket have apparently tipped off the ICC`s anti corruption team about likely match fixing, as per chief executive Justin Vaughan.The claimed match fixing occurrence is mentioned to have taken location at an worldwide contest after cricketers were wined and dined by a suspect businessman.
The Black Caps side at previous year`s Hong Kong Sixes contest – which featured Nathan McCullum, Scott Styris, Daryl Tuffey and – ate with a person who was presently on the anti-corruption unit`s watch list. As per a web site, at the moment they’d no concept of the man`s personal identity, but became suspect when he proposed them discounted gemstones along with other rewards.
Steve Wilkins the manager of Black Caps team informed NZC of the contact, and they in turn tipped off the ICC anti corruption and safety unit, Justin Vaughan mentioned yesterday.The cricketers were inquired by the ICC unit, which is headed by former leading British cop Sir Ronnie Flanagan, but were never under suspicions of match fixing and informed detectives they hadn`t been told to do anything unlawful.
Until now, the ICC unit hadn’t watched the event, which is successfully a independently run festival occasion but has the ICC`s sanction, but they right now program an engaged presence there.