End scrutiny? No chance. Once a bowler is cited for chucking, the scrutiny will only increase. (Except by Channel Nine.)
NSW hopes a biomechanical analysis of paceman Aaron Bird, likely to be released within a week, will end scrutiny of his "unusual" bowling action.
Especially when the bowler has previously been cited four times:
"We've gone through it four times before with Aaron and he's passed with flying colours every time so we're very confident he's going to pass again," Mott said.
"We know he's got an unusual action but by the letters of the law that we're given he passes every test quite comfortably and we're very confident he's going to get through again."