Mystery surrounds a chewing gum incident which has sparked an investigation into a Warrnambool and District Cricket Association match.
Chewing gum was found under the bails during the Woodford versus West Warrnambool division one clash at Davidson Oval on Saturday. The Eels won the match by four runs.
WDCA chairman Gordon McLeod said a match committee would investigate the situation.
He said the three-person committee would interview all relevant people and then present the board with its recommendations.
McLeod will oversee the match committee.
Woodford launched the investigation but captain Nick Butters declined to comment.
West Warrnambool captain-coach Alastair Templeton said "we're more than happy to work with anyone doing an investigation into it".
WDCA umpires president Bill Masterson was the umpire in charge of the match and did not wish to comment.
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