Ronsford Beaton, the fast bowler from Guyana, who has struggled with illegal action throughout his career, has been cleared to resume bowling following an assessment of his remodelled action, Cricket West Indies announced.
The 30-year-old, who featured for West Indies in two ODIs in 2017, was cleared by the officials at Loughborough University in England, where it was found to be within acceptable limits.
The right-arm pacer was reported for the third time in his career by match officials during the West Indies Championship fourth-round match between Guyana Harpy Eagles and Jamaica Scorpions at the Guyana National Stadium, stated the press release from the board.
Beaton underwent gruelling hours of training and remedial work to remodel his action, following which the video footage was sent to Loughborough University for analysis using an Opinion Report.
After a detailed assessment, the pacer has been cleared to resume bowling and can ply his trade in domestic and international cricket.