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Stephen Lee found guilty of match-fixing

Snooker player Stephen Lee is found guilty of match-fixing.

Former world number five Stephen Lee has been found guilty of match-fixing at an independent tribunal in Bristol.

The 38-year-old is alleged to have fixed seven matches between 2008 and 2009, including one in the World Championship.

The Englishman, who had denied the charges, will be sentenced on September 24.

One potential punishment for Lee could be a lifetime ban.

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