ICC probe alleged Kenyan match-fixing

Published: Friday, December 3, 2004, 19:45 [IST]
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Nairobi:A two-man team from the International Cricket Council (ICC) Anti-Corruption and Security Unit, in Kenya to interview players over match-fixing allegations, will make recommendations to the ICC to decide the next course of action.

Martin Hawkins and Alan Peacock, who arrived in the country on Monday, have been holding private interviews in their hotel rooms. They had sought to interview 15 members of the national team from 1999 and 2000.

Kenya Cricket Association (KCA) general manager Sammy Obingo said they were unaware what their findings would have on the future of the sport in the country.

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