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 over 450 wickets for Zimbabwe in Tests and ODIs
The ban relates to Streak’s communication for more than a year with an Indian man who sought inside information for the purposes of gambling.
The man, identified only as “Mr X”,…