Kamran Khan reported for suspect action in IPL

Updated: 01 May 2009 12:03 IST

Kamran Khan has been reported for suspect bowling action and the issue has been referred to the management and the IPL Technical Committee.

Pretoria:

Rajasthan Royals pacer Kamran Khan has been reported for suspect bowling action and the issue has been referred to the team management and the Technical Committee of the Indian Premier League.

After the Rajasthan Royals match against Chennai Super Kings on Thursday, on-field umpires Rudi Koertzen and Gary Baxter felt Kamran had a suspect illegal bowling action on certain deliveries.

After the match was over, footage was obtained and examined by all the three umpires, including TV umpire Amish Saheba, and they felt further action was necessary under the MCC's Laws of Cricket section 24/3 that governs the game.

The matter has now been referred to the Rajasthan Royals management and the IPL Technical Committee as per the MCC's Laws of Cricket.

"I have officially received a copy of the match umpires report duly signed by all the three umpires and the video footage for the game at the Centurion," IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi said.

"The matter has now been referred to the team management of the Rajasthan Royals and the IPL's technical committee as per the Laws of Cricket that govern our game. I now await the report from the Technical Committee and will then decide on the future course of action," Modi added.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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