The English Cricket Board, the governing body for cricket in England and Wales, has created a new team of anti-corruption officials to monitor domestic limited-overs cricket in this season's Friends Life t20 and Clydesdale Bank 40 competitions.

The new team will perform a similar role to that carried out by the International Cricket Council’s Regional Security Managers for international cricket, and will be deployed at both televised and non-televised limited-overs matches from mid-June until the end of August.

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