ADAM LYTH'S suspension from bowling in county cricket has been lifted.

The Yorkshire opening batter and part-time spinner was banned from bowling in early August after his action was deemed to have exceeded the 15 degree threshold.

Following an independent assessment at Loughborough University earlier this month, Lyth is free to bowl again.

"The independent assessment confirmed that Lyth had remedied his bowling action within the prescribed 15 degrees of elbow extension threshold as defined in the ECB regulations for the review of bowlers reported with suspect bowling actions," an ECB statement read.