Australia sets up integrity unit to fight corruption


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  • Friday, 20 Dec 2013

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Cricket Australia has set up a dedicated unit to fight doping, match-fixing and other activities that might undermine the integrity of its competitions, the governing body said on Friday.

CA's senior legal counsel Iain Roy would head the unit, CA said on its website (www.cricket.com.au).

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