Third Briton convicted for match fixing in Australia




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A third British footballer has been convicted by an Australian court of helping fix matches for a global betting syndicate.
David Obaze, 25, was fined A$3,000 (£1,643) after pleading guilty fixing three semi-professional games in the Victoria Premier League.
Obaze is of four Britons, all of whom played for VPL side Southern Stars, charged with corruption.[eap_ad_2]
The four were handed life bans by world governing body Fifa last year.
Defender Reiss Noel and goalkeeper Joe Woolley were convicted and fined in December for throwing games.
A fourth Briton, Nicholas McKoy, 24, has also entered a guilty plea and is scheduled for a hearing in September. (BBC Sport)[eap_ad_3]