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Hong Kong Cricket Association
November 21, 2013
In light of the recent reporting of Moner Ahmed for a suspected illegal bowling action at the ICC World T20 Qualifier 2013 in UAE, the Chairman of the HKCA, Michael Walsh, has announced that the HKCA has formed a three-man Suspect Bowling Committee to oversee matters relating to the assessment and rectification of suspect delivery actions by bowlers, covering both international and domestic cricket.
The three member panel will comprise:
For the ICC World Cup Qualifier 2014 in New Zealand, former HKCC Head Coach and ECB Level III Qualified Coach Mark Wright will replace Charlie Burke on the Suspect Bowling Committee.
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