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Zimbabwe Make Easy Passage To Plate Playoff Semi Final

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Zimbabwe on Monday rode to a comfortable seven-wicket victory in the plate quarterfinal against Namibia in the ICC Under-19 World Cup currently underway in New Zealand.

Nkosilathi Nungu, Dion Myers and Wesley Madhavere bagged a brace each as Namibia were bowled out for 113 after electing to bat.

Zimbabwe’s chase got off to a wobbly start as Namibia struck twice in the first two overs.

However, Madhavere’s quickfire 38-ball 47 did severe damage to Namibia’s chances of giving a strong fight. Even after he fell, Alistair Frost and Tinashe Nenhunzi ensured Namibia didn’t pose any threat and helped the side overhaul the total in only 19.3 overs..

Meanwhile, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that following remedial work and reassessment, the bowling action of Zimbabwe’s Brian Vitori has been found to be legal, and the left-arm fast bowler can now resume bowling in international cricket.

in a statement ICC said as Vitori has cleared an independent reassessment of his bowling action after serving a 12-month suspension, if he is reported again, it will be deemed as his first offence.

Vitori was originally suspended from bowling in January 2016, but he was reassessed and permitted to resume bowling in June 2016. He was again reported during the Bulawayo ODI against Sri Lanka on 29 November 2016 and was subsequently suspended for 12 months in December 2016 after an independent assessment revealed he had employed an illegal bowling action.

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On 8 January 2018, Vitori underwent a reassessment of his bowling action at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria where it was revealed that the amount of elbow extension in his bowling action for all his deliveries was within the 15-degree level of tolerance permitted under the ICC Illegal Bowling Regulations.

The umpires are still at liberty to report Vitori in the future if they believe he is displaying a suspect action and not reproducing the legal action from the reassessment.

To assist the umpires, they will be provided with images and video footage of the bowler’s significantly remodeled legal bowling action.

 

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