Hafeez, Subrayen reported for suspect actions
Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez and Dolphins spin bowler Prenelan Subrayen have both been reported for suspect bowling actions during a Champions League T20 match on Saturday.
Hafeez is the latest in the string of high-profile international players to have the legality of their actions questioned, after his countryman Saeed Ajmal and Sri Lanka spinner Sachithra Senanayake were both suspended until their actions have been cleared.
Hafeez’s Lahore Lions team-mate Adnan Rasool was reported for a dodgy action as well earlier in the tournament.
Subrayen is a former South Africa Under-19 international from Tamil descent who has had his action placed under question for the second time in his career.
During December 2012, the 21-year-old was placed under rehabilitation after his action was adjudged to be illegal. After undergoing rehabilitation and having his action retested, he was allowed to resume bowling in January 2012.
Hafeez and Subrayen are currently placed on a warning list and may continue bowling for the time being.
Should they be reported for a second time, they will be suspended from bowling in matches organised by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
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