Irfan suspended for one year for failing to report approach

Fast bowler Mohammad Irfan has been banned from all forms of cricket for a year after he pleaded guilty to failing to report details of two approaches to corrupt the game. He can return, however, after six months if he assists the PCB in their ongoing investigations into the PSL corruption scandal, and if has no further breach of the board's anti-corruption code in that time. He has also been fined PKR 1 million. His suspension is effective from the day he was provisionally suspended on March 14.

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