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Transparency International report on reforming international cricket to be launched on November 18

The reform process in international cricket has stalled. On 18 November at 00:01 London time, Transparency International, the leading civil society organisation fighting corruption worldwide, will publish the recommendations for reforms it has sent to the International Cricket Council.

The report looks at the risks cricket faces both on and off the field from corruption, and what steps should be taken immediately to mitigate these risks. It will be published in the week when international cricket will be in the spotlight at the start of the Ashes series in Australia.

Deryck Murray, chair of Transparency International Trinidad & Tobago and a former international cricketer will be available for interviews.

The report will be available online at on November 18 at 00:01 London time.

For an embargo copy of the report please contact:
Deborah Unger
Manager, Rapid Response Unit

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Deborah Unger
Manager, Rapid Response Unit