Prenelan Subrayen was disallowed from bowling in November 2015 © BCCI
Dolphins offspinner Prenelan Subrayen has been cleared to resume bowling after having his action re-tested at CSA’s High Performance Centre on March 2. The assessment found his action to be within the limits of CSA’s regulations, and his suspension has been lifted with immediate effect.
Subrayen was earlier reported for a suspect action in November 2015, and was subsequently disallowed from bowling until he remedied his action. He was also pulled up for a suspect action in December 2012 – but was reinstated the following month after clearing his action – and during the Champions League T20 in 2014.
Subrayen, who hasn’t played since November, has picked up 44 first-class wickets in 19 matches at an average of 28.79. He has also taken a combined tally of 45 wickets in 56 limited-over games.
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Source: ESPN Crickinfo