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Snooker player Stephen Lee found guilty of match-fixing

17th September 2013 6:50 am GMT

British professional snooker player Stephen Lee has been found guilty of match-fixing in relation to seven games which took place between February 2008 and April 2009, with the player now expected to face a “significant sanction” as snooker authorities look to implement a zero tolerance approach to match-fixing.

Following a referral by the UK Gambling Commission last October, the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association’s disciplinary committee launched an investigation into alleged match-fixing by Lee [...]

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