LAHORE The International Cricket Council Tuesday confirmed that an independent test had found the bowling action of Pakistan womens off-spinner Javeria Wadood to be illegal and, as such, the player has been suspended from bowling in international cricket. The Pakistan Cricket Board after going through the details of the test of Javeria Wadood, a member of Pakistan Womens Cricket team who was reported by the ICC for a suspect bowling action during the ICC World Twenty-20 2010 match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka May 6 2010, will be working on her action. According to an official of the PCB, it has studied the detailed report on Javerias action. The PCB will now work on the matter internally by supervising remedial work on Javeria action. After the corrective measures PCB will once again refer the matter to the ICC so that Javerias action can eventually be cleared and she can resume playing for Pakistan. A comprehensive analysis revealed that her action exceeded the 15-degree level of tolerance permitted under the relevant regulations. The independent analysis was performed by Prof. Bruce Elliott, member of the ICC Panel of Human Movement Specialists, at the School of Sport Science, Exercise and Health, University of Western Australia (UWA), Perth on Wednesday 16 June. The analysis showed that the amount of elbow extension in Wadoods bowling action for her off-break delivery was not within the 15-degree level of tolerance. The mean elbow extension was 29.3 degrees for the off-break. Additionally when Wadood began to tire her mean elbow extension increased to 40.7 degrees for the off-break delivery. Wadood had been reported following the completion of a match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka on 6 May at Warner Park, St Kitts, during the ICC World Twenty20 2010. She was reported by on-field umpires Rod Tucker and Marais Erasmus, as well as third umpire Shahvir Tarapore. She can apply for re-assessment of her action after she has modified it in accordance with clause 2.4 of the regulations for the review of bowlers reported with suspected illegal bowling actions. Wadood has the right to appeal against UWAs conclusions to the Bowling Review Group, in accordance with clause 2.3 of the regulations for the review of bowlers reported with suspected illegal bowling actions. Should she choose to appeal, she must lodge written notification with the ICC within 14 days of receiving the report.