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SLC strengthen anti-corruption measures after suspicious activities

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Sri Lanka Cricket has taken steps to strengthen anti-corruption measures at the venues where the SLC T20 League 2018 is being played and the hotels, which the players are stationed, after it was noted that suspicious individuals were present at the match venues.

Sri Lanka Cricket has also notified the team managers and the players taking part in the tournament to inform SLC, immediately of any approach by those suspicious individuals.

In the meantime, the Anti-Corruption Unit of the SLC has already taken steps to refresh the players on the ‘’Anti-Corruption Code of Sri Lanka Cricket’’.

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