‘Suspicious’ persons arrested at CPL games

Three individuals have been arrested in Guyana, Barbados and Trinidad over suspicious behaviour at Limacol Caribbean Premier League games over the course of the tournament so far, the Trinidad Express reported yesterday.

The article made it clear that the CPL confirmed that the arrests were not related to match-fixing and that no CPL representatives or players were involved.

Based on what this newspaper was told the arrests may have had to do with selling tickets.

A top CPL security official told Stabroek News yesterday that police arrested persons in Guyana for selling tickets to persons for matches which had already been played. It was explained that for instance tickets for the games played on July 17 and 19 were being sold for the game on July 20. It would appear that these persons were not checking …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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