More revelations surrounding the International Cricket Council's match fixing investigation involving former New Zealand international Lou Vincent have emerged in England.
The Daily Mail newspaper says it has seen documents from the International Cricket Council's investigation into Vincent.
The report says Vincent told investigators he was offered a woman and cash to fix matches.
The paper says he's identifed 12 games around the world where he was involved in match fixing between 2008 and 2012.
It goes on to say Vincent was also threatened by a well know international player after a fix failed to come off.
The Daily Mail says signs that the fix was on, ranged from the colour of the bat handle Vincent used to pulling away when the bowler was running in.
Vincent apparently justified his involvement to the ICC by saying his county contract with Sussex was worth only $55, 000.
The report refers to county matches, the rebel Indian Cricket League and Auckland Aces matches at the 2012 Champions League tournament in South Africa.
New Zealand Cricket is refusing to comment on the report saying they have nothing to add to yesterday's comments by chief executive David White who confirmed they'd known for several months that Vincent and Auckland matches at the Champions League were being investigated.