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Int’l cricket only for U-15

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday (20) set a minimum age limit of 15 years to play international cricket. The restrictions will apply across all cricket; including the ICC events, bilateral, as well as U-19 cricket. To play in any form of men’s or women’s int’l cricket, one must now be at least 15 years of age for safeguard. Remember Pakistan’s Hasan Raza played Tests when he was just 14?