Michael Vaughan: Out-of-competition drug testing would help

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Out-of-competition drug testing would help - Michael Vaughan

Former England captain Michael Vaughan says it is important that "the dressing room polices itself" to help cricketers that may be tempted by drugs.

An inquest on Tuesday heard that Surrey batsman Tom Maynard was high on cocaine and ecstasy when he died last June.

Vaughan does not think cricket has a problem with drugs but believes out-of-competition testing would be a "step forward" for the sport.

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