Match-fixing row: Kenyan cricketers cleared

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:54 IST

The International Cricket Council's anti-corruption unit has cleared all Kenyan cricketers and officials of any involvement in the match-fixing scandal.

Match-fixing row: Kenyan cricketers cleared

Nairobi: The International Cricket Council's anti-corruption unit has cleared all Kenyan cricketers and officials of any involvement in the match-fixing scandal.ICC's Chief Executive Malcolm Speed said there is no evidence to prove that any Kenyan player other than Maurice Odumbe received benefits from bookmakers or was involved in match-fixing.The investigation followed the trial of former Kenyan captain Maurice Odumbe last year, which resulted in him being handed a five-year ban for his alleged association with an Indian bookmaker. Claims were made at the time which resulted in the ICC moving in.

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