All 10 men arrested in connection with alleged match-fixing in the League of Ireland have been released from garda custody.

Nine of the men were released yesterday and overnight, with one remaining in custody this morning.

He has since been released without charge.

The men, aged from their 20s to 60s - including League of Ireland players and officials - were arrested in a series of raids yesterday morning in Dublin, Cork and Limerick on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud.

Homes were also searched.

Operation Brookweed, the investigation into alleged match-fixing, is being led by the anti-bribery and corruption unit.

It began three years ago, following reports of suspected match-fixing from the FAI and UEFA.