ICC announce anti-doping ruling

The International Cricket Council has followed other sporting codes lead in introducing an anti-doping ruling, which will come into place from the 2007 World Cup in the West Indies.

The ICC will discuss certain aspects to the code at the next board meeting in July, and is then expected to announce how it will be used.

The Australian Cricket Board currently have a ruling in place where if a player is found guilty of being under the influence of drugs, a two year ban will be issued.

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