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23 Sep 2016   09:35:52 PM   Friday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

Taskin, Sunny stand the test

 Taskin, Sunny stand the test

It came as a big win for the Tigers outside pitch as the International Cricket Council finally cleared Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed and spinner Arafat Sunny to bowl in international cricket adjudging their remodelled bowling actions as legal.

The bowling actions of Sunny and Taskin have been found to be legal, and both bowlers can now resume bowling in international cricket, “effective immediately”, an ICC media statement said Friday.

Bangladesh, in the meantime, announced a 13-man squad for the first two ODIs of the Afghanistan series, which starts Sunday, and left a spot reserved for Taskin in case he got the nod from the ICC.

With the ban on his bowling lifted, Taskin is now available for Afghanistan ODIs.

The selectors, however, wanted to give Sunny, who was kept out of the 20-man pool announced ahead of the final squad, more time to get used to his new action.

Taskin and Sunny were reported for suspect illegal action after Bangladesh`s World Twenty20 opener against the Netherlands in Dharamsala earlier this year.

After independent assessments in Chennai, the ICC barred both the bowlers from bowling in international cricket for illegal actions on Mar 19.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board then appealed against the ban on Taskin two days later but the judicial commissioner upheld the suspension following a review hearing.

The duo then returned home to begin working on remodelled actions while Taskin played for Abahani in the Dhaka Premier League.

To stay a bit more focused on remodelling his action, Sunny did not play the first portion of the league, joining the tournament midway.

They kept on working on their actions even after the league had ended. The BCB later tested out their actions with 2D cameras.

After the specialists were satisfied with the results, they were sent to Brisbane for ICC`s assessment. The test took place on Sep 8.

Before this Bangladesh spinners Abdur Razzak and Sohag Gazi, too, returned from the ICC-imposed bans after remedied actions.


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