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Narine banned from bowling off-spinners

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NEW DELHI, April 29 (PTI): In another setback for Sunil Narine, the West Indies player has been barred from bowling off-spinners in all matches organised by the BCCI, including the ongoing IPL.

Kolkata Knight Riders� ace spinner Narine underwent a biomechanical analysis in Chennai after being reported for a suspected illegal action again during the IPL tie against SunRisers Hyderabad in Visakhapatnam on April 22.

After reviewing the footage of the game and analysis in Chennai, the BCCI has decided to ban his off-spinners.

�Following the provisions of the IPL Suspected Illegal Bowling Action Policy, the Committee has concluded that Narine�s bowling action for his off-spinner, contravenes Law 24.2 (as read with Law 24.3) of the Laws of Cricket and therefore the player is now banned from bowling the off-spinner in matches organised by the BCCI, including the IPL. He may however continue to bowl his other deliveries (the knuckle ball and the quicker straight ball),� the BCCI said in a statement.

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Narine banned from bowling off-spinners

NEW DELHI, April 29 (PTI): In another setback for Sunil Narine, the West Indies player has been barred from bowling off-spinners in all matches organised by the BCCI, including the ongoing IPL.

Kolkata Knight Riders� ace spinner Narine underwent a biomechanical analysis in Chennai after being reported for a suspected illegal action again during the IPL tie against SunRisers Hyderabad in Visakhapatnam on April 22.

After reviewing the footage of the game and analysis in Chennai, the BCCI has decided to ban his off-spinners.

�Following the provisions of the IPL Suspected Illegal Bowling Action Policy, the Committee has concluded that Narine�s bowling action for his off-spinner, contravenes Law 24.2 (as read with Law 24.3) of the Laws of Cricket and therefore the player is now banned from bowling the off-spinner in matches organised by the BCCI, including the IPL. He may however continue to bowl his other deliveries (the knuckle ball and the quicker straight ball),� the BCCI said in a statement.