LIMACOL CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE ASSERTS COMMITMENT TO RUNNING A CLEAN TOURNAMENT
Zero tolerance towards corruption or illegal behaviour.
As a result of ongoing monitoring by representatives of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League and the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) of the International Cricket Council (ICC) three individuals have been arrested for suspicious behaviour at CPL games over the course of the tournament so far.
As such CPL management is highlighting its commitment to running a clean tournament and operating within the set ICC rules and regulations. In line with this commitment CPL has ensured that its staff are well able to identify any instance of corrupt or illegal behaviour by providing extensive training to them on what to be aware of.
Damien O’Donohoe CEO of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League comments; We take our responsibility to ensuring that we protect and promote the integrity of the tournament and the game itself very seriously.
He continues; Put simply we have a zero tolerance policy towards any forms of corruption or illegal activity and will deal with it quickly and effectively through the appropriate channels. We are working closely with all our partners – the ICC, the police and ground security in each of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League venues – and would like to thank them for their efforts on our behalf.