Antigua: Cricket West Indies has sent Ronsford Beaton to remedial program after his suspension from the International Cricket for failing an independent assessment for suspect bowling action. The ICC has reported the West Indian board that Beaton has failed an independent assessment and will not be permitted to bowl in international cricket.
Beaton will join the fast bowling camp, now on in Antigua as part of his remedial program; following which he will undergo a reassessment process, which if successful, he will be allowed to participate at the international level.
Director of Cricket, Jimmy Adams says “we are fully committed to working with Ronsford during this period of remedial work which will hopefully accelerate his successful re-admission to the professional game.”
Beaton was reported for suspect action during the second ODI against New Zealand last December. The ICC noted that the international suspension will also be recognized and enforced by all National Cricket Federations for domestic cricket events played in their own jurisdictions; but with the consent of CWI, Beaton may be able to play in domestic events in the Caribbean.