The International Cricket Council says Bangladesh off-spinner Arafat Sunny and fast bowler Taskin Ahmed have been reported for suspect bowling actions during the World Twenty20.The world body said in a statement Thursday that the pair was reported during Bangladesh’s opening group A game against the Netherlands in Dharamsala on Wednesday.The players will undergo independent testing at an ICC-accredited center in Chennai but can continue bowling until the results are known.ICC regulations state that the report of such an assessment should be completed within seven days from the date of receipt of the match officials’ report.Bangladesh, which won its first game by eight runs, plays Ireland on Friday and Oman on Sunday.The group winner advances to the Super 10 stage.
Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation The only question that remains seems to be just how soon he can wind up in Flagstaff for the opening of Cardinals camp. Top Stories 0 Comments Share No one knows if Kevin Kolb will be in Arizona on Thursday but we do know where he won’t be.According to sources who talked with the Philadelphia Inquirer, Kolb won’t be at Eagles training camp.Kolb, despite being under contract, won’t be at Lehigh University for the Eagles’ first training camp practice, an NFL source said Wednesday. The Eagles backup quarterback won’t be here, the source indicated, because a trade was still being worked out.It makes sense for both parties for Kolb to avoid Eagles camp. As many reports have indicated, the trade between the Eagles and Cardinals seems more of a matter of when than if. By showing up he’d be nothing more than a distraction. Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’