Endeavour Hills Cricket Membership has cancelled the second of two star-studded suburban matches after a person was charged with stealing virtually $250,000 meant for 10 high-profile worldwide gamers.
The primary of the matches, held in Dandenong final Sunday, was dominated by West Indies nice Chris Gayle, often called the “Universe Boss”, with the second scheduled to be performed this weekend.
“We’re sorry to report back to all that Endeavour Hills Cricket Membership has simply been knowledgeable by World Expertise Leisure that the second day of the Twilight T20 Carnival is not going to be going forward,” the membership mentioned in an announcement.
“Moshtix might be refunding those that have bought tickets to the 2nd day. Please direct all Twilight T20 inquiries to World Expertise Leisure.”
Navishta Desilva, 35, from Doncaster, confronted Melbourne Magistrates’ Court docket on Tuesday charged with 19 theft- and deception-related offences.
In keeping with courtroom paperwork, police allege that Desilva falsified tax invoices and buy orders for his Mulgrave employer Omni Imaginative and prescient that have been purportedly from a authentic provider known as CCTV Masters.
On Tuesday, Desilva was but to point if he plans to contest the costs.
The exhibition matches have been organized by Endeavour Hills Cricket Membership in Melbourne’s south-east with World Expertise Leisure, the place cricket greats would play alongside distinguished Australian DJ Havana Brown.