DUBAI: West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine was Thursday cleared to resume his career after a suspension for a suspect bowling action ruled him out of his team's World T20 title-winning campaign.
The 27-year-old Trinidadian was suspended in November last year after being cited during a one-day match in Sri Lanka. He had also been reported for a similar problem at the 2014 Champions League T20 tournament.
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.@westindies Sunil Narine's action found to be legal, can now resume bowling in international cricket & domestic cricket events worldwide— ICC Media (@ICCMediaComms) April 7, 2016
Narine has played six Tests in his stop-start career, taking 21 wickets. He also has 77 wickets in 55 ODIs and 40 victims in T20.
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Top-ranked bowler Narine had to drop out of the original 15-man West Indies squad for the World T20 in India which ended on Sunday with his team securing a second title with a four-wicket win over England.
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