South Africa domestic news November 13, 2015

Subrayen suspended for illegal action

ESPNcricinfo staff

Prenelan Subrayen was also reported for a suspect action during the Champions League T20 in 2014 © BCCI

Prenelan Subrayen, the 22-year old Dolphins offspinner, has been suspended from bowling in domestic cricket with immediate effect because of an illegal action. All his deliveries were found to exceed the 15-degree limit by an analysis conducted by an ICC-accredited human movement specialist at the Powerade CSA Centre of Excellence in Pretoria.

Subrayen was reported for a suspect action after he picked up four wickets against Titans in the Ram Slam game on November 1. He played three more games, and took another four-for, against Warriors, before his action was deemed to be illegal.

Subrayen can't bowl in domestic cricket until he remedies his action and clears the reassessment. Subrayen was earlier suspended for a suspect action in December 2012 but was later re-instated by Cricket South Africa the following month, after clearing his action. He was also pulled up for a suspect action in the Champions League T20 in 2014.

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