Following charges against West Indies wicketkeeper/batsman Devon Thomas by the ICC under the Anti-Corruption codes, the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) has stepped in to source legal representation on behalf of the player.
Thomas was slapped with seven charges for breaching ICC Anti-Corruption Code of conduct.
It could be a very long road back for the former West Indies Under-19 captain.
33-year-old Thomas is still being backed by his territorial board, the Leeward Islands Cricket Association (LICA) following the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit slapping him with the charges which include contriving to fix matches.
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