Three people arrested over alleged match-fixing in the League of Ireland have been released without charge.
The men in their thirties were arrested as part of a planned operation on alleged match-fixing in the League of Ireland.
The arrests bring the total number arrested as part of Operation Brookweed to 14.
As reported by the Irish Examiner, files will now be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.
"As part of the planned operation two males (aged in their 30s) have been arrested in the Dublin Region, on suspicion of the offence of Conspiracy to Defraud contrary to Common Law and are currently detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 at a Garda station in South Dublin," said a garda spokesperson.
"A further male (30s) has been arrested in the Eastern Region, also on suspicion of the offence of Conspiracy to Defraud contrary to Common Law and is currently detained under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 at a Garda station in the Eastern Region."
The three men were released without charge on Thursday evening.
An appeal for information is continuing, with the operation being supported by local Garda resources attached to both the Southern and Eastern regions.
Gardai are urging people to report information in confidence to the Bribery and Corruption Confidential Reporting line on 1800 406080, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666111 or their local Garda station.