Taskin SunnyThe International Cricket Council (ICC) on Saturday reported that ‘free evaluations’ have found the knocking down some pins activities of Bangladesh spinner Arafat Sunny and pacer Taskin Ahmed to be illicit.
As needs be, both the bowlers have been suspended from knocking down some pins in worldwide cricket with quick impact.
As indicated by an ICC news discharge, examination of Arafat’s knocking down some pins activity uncovered that the elbow augmentation for larger part of his conveyances had surpassed the 15 degrees’ level of resistance allowed under the ICC regulations for the audit of bowlers reported with suspected illicit rocking the bowling alley activities, while not the majority of Taskin’s conveyances were lawful.
As a result of these suspensions, the Bangladesh cricket group is allowed to apply to the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 occasion specialized board for endorsement to supplant the two bowlers in the squad for the rest of the occasion.
ICC news discharge said as per article 6.1 of the ICC regulations, Arafat’s and Taskin’s worldwide suspensions will likewise be perceived and upheld by every one of the individuals for residential cricket occasions played in their own particular ward.
Be that as it may, with the assent of Bangladesh Cricket Board, the two bowlers might have the capacity to play in residential cricket occasions played in Bangladesh under its support, the news discharge included.
Arafat and Taskin were accounted for after their side’s opening match in the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 against the Netherlands in Dharamsala on Wednesday, 9 March.
The autonomous appraisals were performed at the ICC-authorize testing focus in Chennai.
Arafat’s knocking down some pins activity was broke down on 12 March, while Taskin’s test was performed on 15 March.