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With so many bowlers being banned from bowling for illegal acton, New Zealand‘s Kane Williamson has now come with a different plan to tackle this one. According to latest reports, Kane Williamson has started to bowl with his left arm in the nets. Kane Williamson, who is a part time spinner was banned in July this year from bowling in both International and domestic matches because of an illegal action.
If Williamson can do it at the International level, it will be worth an example for all the banned bowlers. The much talked about ban has seen the likes of Saeed Ajmal, being banned right before the Australian series and the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup. If Saeed Ajmal is not able to prove himself, this will be a big blow to Pakistan as they will have to play the World Cup 2015 without him. Saqlain Mushtaq, the former Pakistan spinner and the founder of ‘doosra’ has said that he will try his best to get Ajmal’s action corrected . PCB has also offered him money if he can get Ajmal’s action corrected.
Williamson is presently in India, where he is a part of the Northern Knights, who are now undefeated in all of their 4 matches. Williamson is leading the way for them, with 2 half centuries and a century under his bag already, it’s safe to say Kane is enjoying his stay in India. Though not very muscular, he is showing others that one can score in T20s also by just playing normal cricketing shots.
Northern Knights will face Hobart Hurricanes at Raipur and a win there will almost certainly book a semi-final berth for them.