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Zimbabwe cricket great Heath Streak banned for eight years by ICC for corruption – ABC News

Heath Streak, arguably Zimbabwe’s greatest ever fast bowler, has been handed an eight-year ban following a corruption probe.

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Former Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak has been banned for eight years for breaching cricket’s anti-corruption code while he was coach of his country’s national team and an assistant coach in the Indian Premier League and other domestic competitions.

  • Heath Streak played in some of Zimbabwe’s best cricket teams, averaging 28.14 with the ball in Tests
  • He has been banned from cricket for eight years over corruption relating to information he gave away as a coach to a man with links to betting
  • Streak took…

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