NZC refuses to name cricketers under ICC investigation for corruption charges

Melbourne, Dec. 05 : New Zealand Cricket (NZC) has denied of naming the three former cricketers, who are being investigated by the International Cricket Council (ICC) over alleged corruption charges.

The ICC's anti-corruption unit has been working closely with domestic anti-corruption units of member boards around the world to investigate match fixing over the past few months, reports.

NZC boss David White, however, said that the investigation is still on, but nobody has been charged with any offence yet.

--ANI (Posted on 05-12-2013)

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