My Name is Lou Vincent and I Am a Cheat, Says New Zealand Cricketer Banned for Life for Match-Fixing

Updated: 01 July 2014 13:10 IST

Lou Vincent played in 23 Tests and 102 one-dayers for New Zealand before retiring from international cricket in 2007. After that, he travelled the globe playing in numerous domestic leagues before retiring from playing early last year.

My Name is Lou Vincent and I Am a Cheat, Says New Zealand Cricketer Banned for Life for Match-Fixing
New Zealand's Lou Vincent (L) plays a sweep shot against Canada during their Group C Cricket World Cup Match at Beausejour Cricket Ground in Gros Islet, St. Lucia 22 March 2007. Vincent scored 101 runs in the innings with New Zealand scoring 363 for 5 from their innings. © AFP

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