Alex Marshall (left), the general manager of the ICC’s integrity unit, alongside then CEO David Richardson (centre) and Geoff Allardice, the general manager cricket operations, at a press conference at ICC headquarters in Dubai. Photo: AP
Alex Marshall (left), the general manager of the ICC’s integrity unit, alongside then CEO David Richardson (centre) and Geoff Allardice, the general manager cricket operations, at a press conference at ICC headquarters in Dubai. Photo: AP

Cricket bosses slap UAE-based player with 14-year ban for attempted match-fixing

  • Mehar Chhayakar found guilty of seven breaches of sport’s anti-corruption code
  • Chhayakar had attempted to influence aspects of the UAE’s one-day international series in Zimbabwe in 2019

Alex Marshall (left), the general manager of the ICC’s integrity unit, alongside then CEO David Richardson (centre) and Geoff Allardice, the general manager cricket operations, at a press conference at ICC headquarters in Dubai. Photo: AP
Alex Marshall (left), the general manager of the ICC’s integrity unit, alongside then CEO David Richardson (centre) and Geoff Allardice, the general manager cricket operations, at a press conference at ICC headquarters in Dubai. Photo: AP
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