Sri Lanka's Akila Dananjaya banned from bowling for 12 months

Akila Dananjaya

Akila Dananjaya has played six Tests 36 one-day internationals and 22 T20's for Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka off-spinner Akila Dananjaya was on Thursday handed a 12 month ban by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for illegal bowling action. The global body has conveyed the same to the Sri Lanka Cricket and the concerned bowler.

Dananjaya can approach the ICC for a re-assessment of his bowling action after the expiry of this one-year period after making the necessary changes.

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The latest development means the 25-year-old will not be able to bowl until August 2020. It was the second time Akila Dananjaya's bowling action has come under the scanner in ten months.

Few of his deliveries went over the permitted limit of 15 degrees. The data in the report was reviewed and verified by Dr. Andrea Cutti, the ICC's senior Human Movement Specialist.

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As this is a second report on Dananjaya's action, he has been suspended from bowling in worldwide cricket for a duration of 12 months. This reduced his affectiveness which result in him missing on the Sri Lanka squad for the World Cup.

Dananjaya has played 22 T20Is for Sri Lanka and picked up 22 wickets. First, his action was reported to the apex cricketing body and then he underwent an assessment in Chennai on August 29 which revealed that he had employed an illegal bowling action.

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