Two Welsh players have been banned from snooker after a corruption inquiry.
Former professional David John will serve a suspension of five years and seven months, while Jamie Jones has been given a one-year ban.
Jones, world number 39 at the time he was charged, was cleared of match-fixing but admitted failing to report a corrupt approach.
He was suspended in October after being accused of being part of a plan to fix a match between John and Graeme Dott.
But a disciplinary panel found that he had not breached the betting rules of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA).
Ex-professional John – whose career high ranking was world number 68 – admitted fixing two matches in which his opponents were unaware of the plots.
John was ordered to pay £17,000 costs, while Jones – who can play again in October – must pay £9,000.
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