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Stephen Lee sentence moved to tomorrow


Former world number five Stephen Lee will have to wait until tomorrow to discover his sentence for snooker match-fixing.


The 38-year-old was found guilty by an independent tribunal on seven charges relating to games in 2008 and 2009.


In his report, Tribunal Chairman Adam Lewis QC named Lee's then-manager Neal Clague and four other Manx businessmen for suspicious betting on the outcome of the matches under investigation.


They have denied involvement in such practices.

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