Tuesday, 11 November 2014 - 15:56
Players could return early from corruption bans.
The ICC has approved changes to its anti-corruption code which will allow banned players to return to domestic cricket before the end of their penalty if they meet certain criteria.
The amendments have been previously discussed by the ICC chief executive David Richardson, and were ratified at the latest board meeting in Dubai.
However, the ICC chairman N Srinivasan said a number of factors will be considered, including the level of remorse shown by the player, his or her cooperation with the ACSU's education programme and/or if the player has helped the ACSU by disclosing all information that, in turn, has helped it to enforce the Anti-Corruption Code in respect of others engaged in corruption conduct.