By Jeremy Sollars
A Warwick man charged with harness race fixing has had his matter mentioned in the Brisbane Magistrates’ Court for a second time.
Dayl March, 46, was charged on Thursday 6 April with one count of match fixing after police raided properties across south-east Queensland.
March’s Matter was first mentioned in the court on Wednesday 10 May and had a further mention in the court yesterday, Wednesday 7 June.
The matter has again been adjourned, this time until Friday 23 June.
March has not yet been required to enter a plea.
A second man, a 27-year-old from Limestone Ridges, east of Warrill View in the Ipswich area, was charged on Friday 7 April with four counts of match fixing in relation to harness racing, and was due to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates’ Court last month.
The licences of both men have been suspended by the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission until their matters are dealt with by the courts.
The charges followed an investigation by the Queensland Racing Crime Squad, the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission and the Crime and Corruption Commission.