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has identified 85
bowling with suspect-
ed illegal actions in its
campaign to clean up
the cradle of the sport
in the country.
The bowlers include
60 spinners and 25
seamers, Sri Lanka
Cricket said in a state-
Sri Lanka boasts of a
strong schools cricket
structure, with many
players entering the
national team direct
from schools, with little
or no first-class expe-
The campaign to
clean up bowling
comes amid tough
action by the Interna-
tional Cricket Council
to eliminate illegal
bowling on the inter-
pended in recent
months include Pak-
istan star Saeed Ajmal,
Sri Lanka s Sachithra
Zealand s Kane
we s Prosper Utseya,
and Bangladesh s Sohag
Sri Lanka's Sachithra
celebrates a wicket.
suspended from bowling
in international cricket in
July, 2014 after tests
showed that he was
exceeding the allowed
delivering the ball.
85 suspect bowlers in
S Lanka school cricket
Indian umpire AV Jayaprakash, who is part of
the BCCI s Illegal Actions Committee, believes that
India will be purged of bowlers with suspect actions
in the near future. Jayaprakash said that the BCCI s
efforts to weed out illegal actions right from the
grassroots can help "eradicate suspect actions in
"We had about 130 bowlers reported six years back
from all levels of cricket. The onus was on every-
body---the coaches, umpires and management---to
do something about it," Jayaprakash told ESPNcricin-
"That number has come down drastically to about
six or seven. Most of those 130 players were junior
cricketers. We don t want to stop them from playing
cricket, so we sent them for rehabilitation to correct
their actions at a young age. They can be easily cor-
rected. If we work closely with the boards and the
various associations, we can eradicate suspect actions
in no time."
Jayaprakash also welcomed the use of multiple
cameras during matches to help officials catch bowlers
who he believes sometimes use "different actions"
depending on the situation.
"That [cameras] has helped us a lot. Sometimes
during a match situation, a bowler s action may be
different from the one he uses in the rehabilitation
course," Jayaprakash said. "If they know there is no
camera, they may probably bowl to the maximum
extent with their proper action. It is not always clear.
It changes in a match situation. A bowler s normal
action generally comes out under pressure, and that
is when the umpires report him."
Since July, a host of international spinners including
Saeed Ajmal, Sachithra Senanayake, Sohag Gazi and
Prosper Utseya have been suspended for suspect
actions, with Ajmal most recently being banned from
bowling in September. Even in the recently concluded
Champions League Twenty20, the match officials
reported several overseas players, and suspended
West Indies Sunil Narine from bowling further tour-
naments held by the BCCI till he was cleared by the
BCCI panel. (CRICINFO)
Umpire: We can
actions in no time
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