Published On: Mon, Mar 2nd, 2015

Saeed Ajmal all set to play for Candyland in Grade-II cricket

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By Sports Reporter

KARACHIPakistan magical spinner Saeed Ajmal will play for Candyland in the Patron’s Trophy Grade-II Cricket tournament from March after the International Cricket Council (ICC) cleared Ajmal’s bowling action.

Pakistan’s off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has been cleared to bowl by the International Cricket Council after his re-modelled action was deemed legal.

Ajmal, who was banned from bowling last August after the first Test against Sri Lanka, was omitted from the squad for the World Cup as he had failed a bowling action in Brisbane.

Meanwhile, in a conversation between Saeed Ajmal and Abdul Qadir on a local channel show Abdul Qadir said that Pakistan direly needs the services of Saeed Ajmal.

He further added that even if Ajmal bowls with a fold on his eyes, he would fare better than the current bowlers in the Pakistani lineup.

The former test cricketer said that had Ajmal been a part of the Pakistan squad, Indian players would have found hard to pile runs against the bowling side.

He said that Saeed Ajmal should declare his participation in the World Cup at this instance and should he do so, the whole nation will support him. Saeed Ajmal responded by saying that he is ready to play his part in the World Cup.


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