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New Zealand Cricket Players Association boss Heath Mills has called for greater police involvement in the fight to stop match-fixing in the sport.
Mills, who was speaking following the not guilty verdict in the Chris Cairns perjury trial, said the case had had a “terrible impact on the game in New Zealand”.
The 45-year-old emerged from the Southwark Crown Court on Monday a free man, not guilty of having lied under oath in his previous London court outing, his 2012 libel trial win against wealthy Indian businessman Lalit Modi.
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