Champions League T20 2012 under fixing cloud
County matches in England, games at the Hong Kong Sixes also listed under fixing by Lou Vincent.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) spokesperson said they were not in a position to comment on the matter © Getty Images (Representational pic)
Johannesburg: May 16, 2014
The 2012-13 ICC Champions League Twenty20 tournament, which was held in South Africa, has reportedly been listed by former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent as one of the events where match-fixing allegedly took place.
This disgraced player has agreed a plea bargain in the hope of avoiding criminal prosecution for his involvement in and awareness of spot-fixing in several countries over the period between 2008 and 2012.
According to Sport24, county matches in England, games at the Hong Kong Sixes and also the South Africa-hosted T20 Champions League tournament in October 2012 have been listed by Vincent as involving corruption.
A Cricket South Africa (CSA) spokesperson said they were not in a position to comment on the matter and suggested referring queries to the CLT20 governing council, the report added.
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