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PCB committee lifts ban off 10 bowlers


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Bowling Action Committee (BAC) has cleared 10 bowlers who were banned for four weeks from participating in domestic cricket competitions due to suspect bowling actions.

A spokesman of the PCB said here on Wednesday that 22 bowlers were suspended from bowling in domestic competitions and were provided opportunity by the PCB for remedial workout with Regional Head Coaches and at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) to improve their actions before they appeared for analysis at the NCA.

After completion of the second phase of remedial workout activity and reviewing the biomechanical analysis reports, PCB’s BAC has given the verdict in favour of the following bowlers by judging their bowling actions to be legal and has allowed them to resume bowling in domestic cricket competitions.

The following bowlers have been cleared and allowed to go back to domestic cricket:

Zaheer Aslam (Kasur) medium fast, Tariq Mahmood (Sialkot) off-spinner, Ihsan Sheikh (Muridke) medium fast, Ahmed Nasim (Lahore) off-spinner, Nadeem Javed (Sheikhupura) medium fast, Asad Zahid (Rawalpindi) off-spinner, Munir Ansari (Rawalpindi) off-spinner, Noor-ul-Amin (Mardan) left-arm spinner, Athar Hussain (Karachi) left-arm spinner and Agha Shariq (Mirpurkhas) medium fast.
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