The Marylebone Cricket Club is launching a plan to teach fair play in schools after nearly two-thirds of children surveyed felt pressure in sport can lead team-mates to cheat.
Three-quarters of those taking part thought their team-mates would cheat if they knew they could get away with it.
But more than half would be angry if an opponent got away with cheating.
As a result of the survey, good sportsmanship will be taught to 400,000 children across 4,500 state schools. Read more
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