WEB DESK: West Indies spinner Sunil Narine is cleared for bowling in IPL as ICC gives him a green signal for his bowling action just two days before the start of the IPL.
Narine was suspended in November, after being reported during an ODI in Sri Lanka, until he could bowl all of his deliveries with his arm not exceeding the 15-degree level of tolerance.
At the time of the sanction, he was the No.1 ranked T20 bowler in the world and the West Indies originally included Narine in their squad for the World T20 in India.
The ICC said that Narine’s retest took place on March 28 in Chennai. He is now free once again to play in international and domestic competitions.
Due to death of his father, Narine participation may still be in doubt for Knight Riders’ first match against Delhi Daredevils on April 10.
Source: ESPN Cricinfo