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Narine should take bowling test: Dalmiya

Dalmiya confirmed that Sunil Narine of KKR should clear bowling test
IPL 2015, BCCI president confirmed that Kolkata Knight Riders bowler Sunil Narine should take another bowling test to clear his illegal bowling found by BCCI in 2014 champions league. Narine was banned by BCCI for his illegal bowling action in 2 consecutive matches and he missed finals of CLT20 due to this ban. “I have spoken to KKR management and cleared that Sunil Narine should take the test 2 or 3 ttimes if needed” said Dalmiya during a meet of 25 years celebrations for Bengal cricket board. Narine already cleared bio mechanical test by ICC. He should take his test in Ramchandra academy in Chennai. Kolkata Knight riders won many matches due to his mistery bowling, K C Cariappa will get change if he fails KKR will take on MI in the opening match of IPL 8.


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