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Broadcast of Limerick dog race dropped over betting concerns

The Irish Greyhound Board was warned by Sports Information Services last year that the sport has 'high-profile integrity problems' and this was an impediment to selling its services outside Ireland

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
22nd September, 2019

The company that broadcasts Irish greyhound racing to betting shops around the world dropped a meeting in Limerick from its service after complaints from bookmakers about suspicious betting.

The Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) was warned by Sports Information Services (SIS) last year that the sport has “high-profile integrity problems” and this was an impediment to selling its services outside Ireland.

SIS dropped a broadcast from Limerick last month following complaints from large bookmakers...

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