Players' chief calls for 'honesty' in cricket

Professional Cricketers' Association chief executive Angus Porter says the game must establish a culture for honesty following the Mervyn Westfield spot-fixing case.

Porter tells BBC Radio 5 live Sport he wants the game's reputation for honesty and integrity improved to prevent a similar incident happening again.

Former Essex bowler Westfield was jailed for four months on Friday after admitting a corruption charge relating to a one-day game against Durham.