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Bowling bouncers should be continued says Allan Donald

South African veteran pace bowler, Allan Donald has called on cricket bosses not to ban bouncers, as they revisit safety because of the death of Australian cricketer, Phillip Hughes. Donald, who is now the serving as South Africa bowling coach told that the incident was 'freakish' and ICC may take drastic action."I hope it doesn't take this horrific incident to make the cricket authorities think that the only way to make the cricket safe is to abolish the bouncer," Donald said. He remembered that he was hit by ball two times in Nel bowling. Donald also said that there could not be much more improvement on the protection of helmets.


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