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Chris Green banned due to illegal bowling action in Big Bash League

Sydney off-spinner bowler banned from bowling for the next 3 months after he was cited for a suspect action during a KFC Big Bash League match last week against Melbourne. He was reported from umpires after Big Bash League match last Thursday and underwent testing on Sunday.

T20 specialist, who recently signed a 6 contract with the franchise was reported by umpires after the Thunder’s game against Melbourne in Big Bash League at Sydney Showground Stadium last Thursday.

It has also emerged some Australian domestic players have long held doubts over the legality of Green’s action.

Chris Green was born in South Africa and he wishes to play for Australia within the near future.

He has done considerably well within the shorter format within the last 12 months for whichever side he has played.

This was the most reason that Kolkata Knight Riders,

the previous Indian Premier League champions snapped him up for 20 Lakh INR in the Indian Premier League 2020 auction.

Chris Green plays for Sydney Thunder in Big Bash League 2020

26 year old can still be picked as a batter for the thunder and he also allowed bowling in League Cricket for his club.

Green was thanks to playing for the Thunder in tonight’s match against the Melbourne Stars at the MCG,

“Chris undertook testing at the earliest possible time and satisfactorily replicated his bowling action within the controlled environment.

Peter Roach, Cricket Australia’s Head of Cricket Operations, said during a statement.

“We anticipate working with Chris within the coming months and conducting further testing once the suspension period has elapsed.”

Green has been an important part of the Thunder side in Big Bash League for several years and recently signed a six-season affect the Sydney club, the longest in tournament history.

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