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Not Less Than 15 Years Of International Cricket

The ICC will allow children under the age of 15 on special applications. In that case, in order to take the pressure off of international cricket, the player will be given clearance after verifying his surroundings, experience, and mental maturity. This information has been confirmed in a statement by the governing body of world cricket.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has ruled that players must be at least 15 years old to play international cricket. This rule will apply to any format of men’s, women’s, and youth cricket.

However, the ICC will allow children under the age of 15 on special applications. In that case, in order to take the pressure off of international cricket, the player will be given clearance after verifying his surroundings, experience, and mental maturity. This information has been confirmed in a statement by the governing body of world cricket.

The record for the youngest player in Test and ODI cricket is still held by Pakistan’s Hasan Raja. The batsman made his debut against Zimbabwe in 1996 at the age of 14 years and 228 days. However, there is much controversy over his record.

Romanian Marian Gerasim (14 years 18 days) and Kuwait’s Mit Vavsar (14 years 211 days) made their T20 debuts at the age of 14.

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