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Sunil Narine cleared, set to rule again with ball in IPL 8

Sunil Narine cleared his bowling action for IPL 2015
IPL 2015, Sunil Narine has cleared his bowling action and will bowl for KKR. Kolkata Knight Riders is very happy management now as his bowler in set to bowl in upcoming season of Indian Premier League. Sunil Narine has appeared for test two days before and BCCI sub Committee, which deals with Illegal bowling action has gave a clean chit to this mystery spinner which is headed by former Indian bowler Javagal Srinath. The test is conducted at Sri Rama Chandra University in Chennai on 3 April. “The committee concluded that Sunil Narine bowling action is under ICC limits and his named was removed from list of bowlers with suspect bowling action” said BCCI in press release. He already cleared Biomechanical test conducted by ICC. Kolkata Knight Riders CEO Venky Mysore thanked BCCI secretary and other board members for solving this issue very early. KKR will take on MI on opening match of IPL 8.


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